The Political Economy of Protest and Patience: East European and Latin American Transformations Compared
Central European University Press, 1998. jan. 1. - 233 oldal
Why did Eastern Europeans protest less about the brutal social consequences of systemic change than the people of Latin America a decade earlier? Why has the region-wide authoritarian or populist turnabout not occurred?
In addressing these questions, this book uses a comparative analysis of the structures, institutions, cultures, and actors shaping both the Eastern.
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