Models of Political Change in Latin America
Mexico: the institutionalization of the rvolution; Bolivia; the failure of hte institutitionalization of the revolution; Cuba: the revolution turns to comunism; Brazil; The military vs. the radical left; Argentina: the military vs. peronism; Venezuela: the victory of constitutional democracy; Colombia: elite democracy in transformation; Chile: multiparty politics and democratic reform.
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