Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America
James M. Malloy, Mitchell A. Seligson
University of Pittsburgh Pre, 1987 - Political Science - 268 pages
By the end of the 1960s, most of Latin America was under repressive military rule. Conversely, the 1980s have seen the emergence of formal, constitutional democracies in Latin America and the Caribbean. Authoritarians and Democrats describes these changes and the future prospects for constitutional government in Latin America.
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