Military Government and the Movement Toward Democracy in South America

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Howard Handelman, Thomas Griffin Sanders
Indiana University Press, 1981 - 388 páginas
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Sophisticated investigations of governmental transition in Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, and Ecuador. Discusses such issues as the undercurrents of popular discontent, and the recent progress toward increased civilian political participation.
 

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The Politics of Transition
3
A New Political Direction?
26
Postscript
66
The Politics of Transition 11
77
The March to Civilian Rule
100
Postscript
132
Brazil
138
Decompression
145
Postscript
207
Military Authoritarianism
215
Economic Policy and Elite Pressures
237
Postscript
273
Military Government and National
287
The Catholic Church under
305
The New Institutionally
346
Postscript
371

Human Rights and Political Process
181

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Howard Handelman is Professor Emeritus of the Political Science Department at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He specializes in Latin American and Third World politics. His recent books include: THE CHALLENGE OF THIRD WORLD DEVELOPMENT (Third Edition), DEMOCRACY AND ITS LIMITS: LESSONS FROM ASIA, LATIN AMERICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST (co-edited), and MEXICAN POLITICS: THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGE.

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