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Readings in Latin American politics : challenges to democratization. --
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Boston, MA, Estados Unidos : Houghton Mifflin Company, c2006.
xiv, 562 p. ; 24 cm.
Preface. -- 1. Introduction. -- Part I. -- 2. The challenges of democratization. -- 3. Neoliberal economic reform. -- 4. Traditional and emerging actors in the Latin American polity. -- 5. The United States and Latin America. -- Part II. -- 6. Political instability and Argentina's boom and bust and boom again cycles. -- 7. Brazil: the democratization giant. -- 8. Chile: a new model for the region?. -- 9. Colombia: the collapse of the State. -- 10. Cuba: a Latin American experiment in socialism. -- 11. Mexico: the emergence of democracy?. -- Index. --
Tomado de la pasta: "This new and innovative reader focuses on challenges to the establishment, maintenance, and deepening of democracy in Latin America. It is divided into two parts -the first focuses on important themes in the study of Latin American politics, while the second explores issues related to these themes in the context of specific countries. The text incorporates a variety of articles, from scholarly works that provide theoretical grounding on important issues to more accessible pieces that provide immediacy and contextual detail."
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