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The Peruvian Experiment: Continuity and Change Under Military Rule

The Peruvian Experiment: Continuity and Change Under Military Rule

Edited by Abraham F. Lowenthal

Princeton University Press, 1976, 479 pp.

Ten chapters describe and analyze, in more luxurious depth than is customary in studies of this kind, such topics as income distribution, political life, rural politics, land reform, education, foreign investment, workers' role in management, and ideology. Dr. Lowenthal's competent synthesizing essay, "Peru's Ambiguous Revolution," is well-named.