Democracy and Its Discontents: Development, Interdependence, and U.S. Policy in Latin America
"Republication of Wiarda's prior writings on US post-Cold War policy reconsiderations, addressing Bush and Clinton processes, critical policy issues, five case studies, and aspects of Latin American politics; contributions are interesting but only loosely linked as a collection"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.
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