Beyond Populism

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Beyond Populism

By Candido Mendes
State University of New York Press, 1977
112 pp. $10.00

A well-known Brazilian political scientist, who also possesses credentials in the world of affairs, presents a thoughtful, challenging and densely textured analysis of social confrontation in the principal Latin American countries. The familiar and widespread recent progression from populist to authoritarian and technocratic-military governments provides the framework for this significant study.

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