Soldiers in Politics: Military Coups and Governments
Prentice-Hall, 1977 - Civil supremacy over the military - 224 pages
Om militærkup og mikitærregeringer i Latinamerika, Asien., Afrika, og Mellemøsten siden 1945 med mere indgående omtale af begivenheder i Brasilien, Peru, Nigeria, Ghana, Ægypten, Pakistan, Burma og Sydkorea.
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