Economic Crises and Electoral Responses in Latin America
Fabian Echegaray (Author)
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DescriptionSince 1982, Latin Americans have endured dramatic economic crises and elections that advanced liberal democracy and political pluralism. These conditions led many to believe that electoral results mainly reflect reactions to the economy. Based on an extensive study of the elections covering the 1980s and most of the 1990s, Economic Crises and Electoral Responses in Latin America offers a comprehensive overview of the many complex factors in the hearts and minds of voters.
University Press of America
19 December 2005
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