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  Volume 48, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents


Bolsa Família and the Shift in Lula’s Electoral Base, 2002–2006: A Reply to Bohn

pp. 3-24

The Electoral Behavior of the Poor in Brazil: A Research Agenda

pp. 25-31

The Microfoundations of Political Clientelism: Lessons from the Argentine Case

pp. 32-54

Desconfianza y accountability ¿Las causas del populismo en América Latina?

pp. 55-78

Trade Liberalization, Deindustrialization, and Inequality: Evidence from Middle-Income Latin American Countries

pp. 79-105

Anti-Americanism in Latin America: Economic Exchange, Foreign Policy Legacies, and Mass Attitudes toward the Colossus of the North

pp. 106-130

Barbarism in the Muck of the Present: Dystopia and the Postapocalyptic from Pinedo to Sarmiento

pp. 131-147

Can Latin American Production Regimes Complement Universalistic Welfare Regimes?: Implications from the Costa Rican Case

pp. 148-173

Review Essays

Writing Political Violence into History

pp. 175-183

The Mexican Revolution at Its Centennial

pp. 184-192

Economic History and the Politics of Culture in Twentieth-Century Argentina

pp. 193-203

Coming of Age?: Recent Scholarship on Brazilian Foreign Policy

pp. 204-217

Indigenous Appropriations and Boundary Crossings: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Indigenous Cultures and Politics in the Andes

pp. 218-226

Notes on the Contributors

pp. 231-233

Latin American Research Review: Volume 48 Number 3 2013

p. 235

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