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The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes: Chile…

The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes: Chile (edition 1978)

by Juan J. Linz (Editor), Alfred Stepan (Editor), Arturo Valenzuela (Author)

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Title:The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes: Chile
Authors:Juan J. Linz (Editor)
Other authors:Alfred Stepan (Editor), Arturo Valenzuela (Author)
Info:Johns Hopkins University Press (1978), 144 pages
Collections:Your library, Books
Tags:Books, Political Sciences, Politics, Democracy, History, History of Ideas, Social Sciences, Socialism & Utopian Thought, National Socialism & Totalitarian Thought

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The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes, Volume 4: Chile by Juan J. Linz



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The fate of democratic governments throughout the world is a topic of growing concern. The crises of modern history, from the Machtergreifung by Hitler through the downfall of democracies. In a systematic review of the political experiences of Latin American and European democratic nations, these original, thought-provoking books propose a significant new comparative framework for understanding the dynamics of political change and the conditions necessary for democratic stability.

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