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Labor Movements and Dictatorships: The Southern Cone in Comparative Perspective
A comparative study of the experience of working-class movements under capitalist authoritarian regimes from the 1920s to the 1990s. This text offers a series of extended country studies - onExpand
Money doctors, foreign debts, and economic reforms in Latin America from the 1890s to the present
This is the third book in the Jaguar Series. It addresses the ways in which foreign economic advisers have affected the domestic economies of Latin America and the world economy. Divided into fourExpand
The struggle for democracy in Chile
This revised edition of The Struggle for Democracy in Chile should prove even more useful to the student of Latin American history and politics than the original. It updates important backgroundExpand
Corporatism and Functionalism in Modern Chilean Politics
After the Chilean junta abolished party democracy in September 1973, it announced plans for a new constitution modeled on corporatist lines. Although, to date, few concrete expressions of theseExpand
The money doctor in the Andes : the Kemmerer missions, 1923-1933
The Money Doctor in the Andes is an account of the technical assistance missions to five Andean republics-Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, and Peru-undertaken by Princeton University economistExpand
Between Tyranny and Anarchy: A History of Democracy in Latin America, 1800-2006
  • P. Drake
  • Political Science
  • 27 February 2009
[fmct]CONTENTS [toc4]Preface [toc2]Chapter 1. The Theory and History of Latin American Democracy, 1800'2006 [toc2]Chapter 2. The Historical Evolution of Latin American Democratic Institutions, 1800'Expand