Politics and Petroleum in Ecuador
Transaction Publishers - 432 páginas
In 1972 Ecuador began to produce and export petroleum in the Amazon interior, and the formulation and execution of the petroleum policy became central to the political life of the nation. The nation's armed forces seized political power that same year and continued to rule until the reestablishment of democratic pluralist government in 1979. In this book, John D. Martz probes the differences and similarities between military authoritarianism and democratic pluralism through an analysis of the politics of petroleum in Ecuador.
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2 A Prehistory of Petroleum
3 Policies of Systemic Change
Military Authoritarianism and Bourgeois Statism
4 Reformism and the Nationalistic Impulse
5 Multinationals and Antinationalism
6 The State Fights Back
7 Accommodation and Adjustment
8 Return to the Barracks
Democratic Pluralism and Bourgeois Reformism
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