Presidential Power in Latin American Politics

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Presidential Power in Latin American Politics

Edited by Thomas V. DiBacco
Praeger, 1977
122 pp.
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Presidencies as institutions, the power of presidents, the significance of caudillismo and personalismo, the effects of U.S. policy, and party systems are the principal subjects of these six essays, four of which deal specifically with Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica and Venezuela.

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