Military Government and the Movement Toward Democracy in South America
Indiana University Press, 1981 - Political Science - 388 pages
Sophisticated investigations of governmental transition in Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, and Ecuador. Discusses such issues as the undercurrents of popular discontent, and the recent progress toward increased civilian political participation.
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The Politics of Transition
A New Political Direction?
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