"With a superb cast of contributors and a well-chosen sample of countries, The Failure of Presidential Democracy treats a central issue in the world today, as more and more countries try to construct durable democracies. It also reflects the new emphasis in political science on institutions, an area that has been sorely neglected in Latin American studies. Indeed, the book fills a huge informational and analytical gap on institutional arrangements in Latin American political systems. This is a stimulating, thoughtful, and relevant book--well suited to classroom use in courses on comparative politics and Latin American politics."--Paul W. Drake, University of California, San Diego.
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"This book is already a classic and is bound to be widely read and cited for many years to come." -- Matthew Soberg Shugart, Journal of Democracy
"An impressive and valuable book, with a first-class roster of contributors, and rewards a careful reading." -- Martin C. Needler, Studies in Comparative International Development
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Descripción Johns Hopkins University Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fair. Dust Cover Missing. Nº de ref. de la librería G0801846390I5N01