Class, State and Power in the Third World: With Case Studies on Class Conflict in Latin America

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Class, State and Power in the Third World: With Case Studies on Class Conflict in Latin America

By James F. Petras and others
Allanheld, Osmun, 1981
285 pp. $19.95
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Taking the Third World as the comprehensive unit of analysis, the authors have produced a closely reasoned political and social study of its current developments and its relationships with capitalist countries. The orientation is socialist. In a second section the focus is on case studies of Peru, Cuba, Argentina and Nicaragua.

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