Military Government and the Movement Toward Democracy in South America

Military Government and the Movement Toward Democracy in South America

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Investigates the governmental transition in Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, and Ecuador. This work discusses such issues as the undercurrents of popular discontent, and the progress toward increased civilian political participation.show more

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  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 160 x 240 x 25.4mm | 509g
  • Indiana University Press
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • English
  • 0253236452
  • 9780253236456

Table of contents

Introduction Ecuador The Politics of Transition Thomas G. Sanders A New Political Direction? Howard Handelman Postscript Howard Handelman Peru The Politics of Transition Thomas G. Sanders The March to Civilan Rule Howard Handlman Postscript Howard Handelman Brazil Decompression Thomas G. Sanders In the Name of Democracy: the Presidential Succession Norman Gall Human Rights and Political Process Thomas G. Sanders Postscript Thomas G. Sanders Uruguay Military Authoritarianism and Political Change Howard Handelman Economic Policy and Elite Pressures Howard Handelman Postscript Howard Handelman Chile Military Government and National Organization Thomas G. Sanders The Catholic Church under a Military Regime Thomas G. Sanders and Brian H. Smith The ONew InstitutionalityO and the OConsultationO Thomas G. Sanders Postscript Thomsa G. Sanders Select English-Language Bibliography on South American Political Systems and the Military in Politicsshow more

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