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administrative Alliance for Progress American political system ANALYTIC FRAMEWORK Anderson Argentina Ariel Austin LATIN AMERICA Brazil bureaucratic institutions centered central Chile comparative concept conflict context continuum contrast Cuba cultural area cultural tradition cultural unity thesis divergent dominant elite elitist emphasize Europe and Latin European and Latin Framework for Analysis governmental paradigm Graham Hispanic identified industrial interest group Italy José Enrique Rodó Latin American cultural Latin American political Latin American republics Louis Hartz mausoleum effect ment Mexican Mexico multiparty system national government Neighbor Policy organization organizational oriented parliamentary system party systems Peru phenomenon policy analysis political change political culture political experience Portugal predominance preindustrial urban culture regimes REGION Lawrence rela revolution revolutionary Roman Catholic Church saliency Silvert social societies ſound Southern Europe Southern European Spain strong executives structure subregional Texas at Austin tion tive political trasting United States policy University of Texas variations Western Europe Western Hemisphere William Lytle Schurz