Traditional Politics and Regime Change in Brazil

@inproceedings{Hagopian1996TraditionalPA,
  title={Traditional Politics and Regime Change in Brazil},
  author={Frances Hagopian},
  year={1996}
}
List of tables and figures Preface Glossary of abbreviations and Portuguese terms 1. Introduction: traditional politics, new authoritarianism 2. Oligarchical power and traditional politics in Minas Gerais 3. The modern political economy of traditional politics 4. Bureaucratic authoritarianism and the state elite 5. Back to patronage: state clientelism in Minas Gerais 6. Authoritarian politics and traditional elites 7. The traditional political elite and the transition to democracy 8. Continuity… Expand
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