Authoritarianism and the Crisis of the Argentine Political Economy
This study of Argentina over the past 25 years confronts two questions: Why has Argentina, one of Latin America's wealthiest and most developed nations, failed so tragically to reconcile economic modernization and liberal democracy? Why have authoritarian regimes failed even more spectacularly than those led by civilians?
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