Dependence, Development, And State Repression

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Dependence, Development, And State Repression

Edited by George A. Lopez and Michael Stohl
Greenwood Press, 1989
286 pp. $47.95

The editors prudently refrain from trying to draw general conclusions from these very diverse papers, most of them case studies. However, the contributors have many ideas about the links between a country's political and economic development and the chances that there will be "repressive violence of government against its own citizens."

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