|Author:||Douglas A. Chalmers,Maria do Carmo Campello de Souza,Atilio Boron|
|Publisher:||Praeger (February 28, 1992)|
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Latin America underwent remarkable change in the 1980s as country after country cast off authoritarian regimes and . He is the author of several articles and book chapters on Latin America.
Latin America underwent remarkable change in the 1980s as country after country cast off authoritarian regimes and instituted democratic policies and practices. MARIO DO CARMO CAMPELLO DE SOUZA is Professor of Political Science at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil.
Atilio Borón received a PhD from Harvard University. He worked as a Professor of Political Science at the Latin American Social Sciences Institute and at the University of Buenos Aires. He also served as Secretary General of CLACSO, an academic umbrella body for Latin America. In 2005, he signed the World Social Forum's Porto Alegre Manifesto. Peronismo y Menemismo: Avatares del Populismo En La Argentina (1995).
Chalmers, Douglas A; Souza, Maria do Carmo C. Campello de; Borón, Atilio; Columbia University. Institute of Latin American and Iberian Studies. Prepared under the auspices of the Institute of Latin American and Iberian Studies, Columbia University. Includes bibliographical references (p. -307) and index.
By Douglas A. Chalmers, Maria Do Carmo Campello De Souza, Atilio A. Boron. The fundamental purpose of this volume is to consider the Latin American "Right" and the movement within that region toward democracy
By Douglas A. The Right and Democracy in Latin America. By Douglas A. The fundamental purpose of this volume is to consider the Latin American "Right" and the movement within that region toward democracy. It asks the basic questions that the "Right" must itself ask: What are the essential characteristics of the "Right" and how can the "Right" move into democratic processes?
Douglas A. Chalmers, Maria Do Carmo Campello De Souza e Atilio A. Boron (a cura di), The Right and Democracy in Latin America, New York, Westport e Londra, Praeger, 1992, pp. 321. Anna Bosco. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 17 July 2018. Send article to Kindle.
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As elsewhere in Latin America, business-government relations in Mexico deteriorated sharply in the course of the early 1980s, and political activation of important segments of the Mexican private sector increased likewise.
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The Right And Democracy In Latin America.
MORE BY Abraham F. Lowenthal.
Latin America underwent remarkable change in the 1980s as country after country cast off authoritarian regimes and instituted democratic policies and practices. Since then, the Left has weakened, and many of the groups commonly labeled the Right--including traditional groups linked with the Church, the military, and the economically privileged, as well as new groups of neo-liberal intellectuals and businessmen--have moved to a new form of active electoral politics. The future of democracy in the region will depend heavily on how these groups act. This book of up-to-date studies by a group of research scholars from Latin America and the United States examine the factors essential to an understanding of the Right's goals, organizations, and commitment to democracy. The book is divided into four distinctive sections, the first of which deals with the general characteristics of the Right. The following three sections explore in-depth the political strategies and organizations of the Right in elections and governing coalitions, the conservative trends that are changing the Church, and the fate of neo-liberal ideas among businessmen traditionally dependent on the State. Several chapters are devoted to the distinctive dynamics in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and Peru.
Taken together, the essays in this book document the profound changes of the Right. But it also shows that the impact of the Right on democracy--whether it will improve it or weaken it--is not yet clear. The Right is increasingly involved in democratic institutions, but political parties are still weak and authoritarian temptations still strong. In this time of economic crises, business organizations have remained fragile. Conservative social policies have created terrifying social problems. Offering a unique analysis of the contemporary Right, this work is an essential tool in understanding the fate of democracy in post-Cold War Latin America.