|Author:||Charles D. Kenney|
|Publisher:||University of Notre Dame Press; 1 edition (January 15, 2004)|
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and the Breakdown of Democracy in Latin America. Fujimori's coup and the breakdown of democracy in Latin America, Charles D. Kenney. 1. UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS Notre Dame, Indiana. Manufactured in the United States of America. p. cm. "From the Helen KeUogg Institute for International Studies:' Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-268-03171-1 (cloth: alk. paper). ISBN 0-268-03172-X (pbk. : alk.
In this authoritative book, Charles D. Kenney explores why and how democracy broke down in Peru in 1992. His analysis of Peruvian politics sheds light on the problems of democratic stability in new democracies and points to strategies for preventing future failures in other countries. Kenney’s central argument is that institutional factors-especially the absence of a legislative majority-played a crucial role in the collapse of democracy in Peru in 1992 and throughout Latin America over the last forty years
His primary areas of interest include democratization, constitutional design, electoral and party systems, and Peruvian politics.
By Charles D. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2004
By Charles D. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2004. In this book on Peruvian politics, Charles Kenney leaves few stones unturned in analyzing the various factors that led to the suspension of the country's constitution and the disbanding of the legislature by President Alberto Fujimori in April 1992. While I am not entirely convinced that this particular episode in Peruvian politics warrants the book-length treatment that it has received here, Kenney has done a commendable job of locating Peru's autogolpe (or civilian-inflicted coup) within the broader literature on the breakdown of democratic regimes in Latin America.
Fujimori’s Coup and the Breakdown of Democracy in Latin America (2003). From the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Alfred P. Montero and David J. Samuels. Decentralization and Democracy in Latin America (2004). Katherine Hite and Paola Cesarini. Authoritarian Legacies and Democracy in Latin America and Southern Europe (2004). Robert S. Pelton, . Monsignor Romero: A Bishop for the Third Millennium (2004). Based on a workshop on the quality of democracy and human development in Latin America, held in Heredia, Costa Rica, Feb. 1–2, 2002. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Combating Corruption in Latin America. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2000
Fujimori’s Coup and the Breakdown of Democracy in Latin America. Charles D. Pp. xvi, 380. Tables. Volume 62 Issue 1 - Gregory D. Schmidt. Combating Corruption in Latin America. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2000.
A classification of Latin American political parties. Advances and Setbacks in the Third Wave of Democracy in Latin America, 289-316, 2005. Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, 1997. The dynamic diversity of Latin American party systems. Party Politics 4 (4), 547-568, 1998. District magnitude, economic performance, and party-system fragmentation in five Latin American countries. Comparative Political Studies 30 (2), 156-185, 1997.