1. The Persisting Relevance of Political Economy and Political Sociology in Latin American Social Movement Studies
  2. Timothy P. Wickham-Crowley, Susan Eckstein
  3. pp. 3-25
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  1. The Afro-Brazilian Collective Land: Analyzing Institutional Changes in the Past Two Hundred Years
  2. Célia Futemma, Lúcia Chamlian Munari, Cristina Adams
  3. pp. 26-48
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  1. Los Transmigrantes Centroamericanos En México
  2. Simón Pedro Izcara Palacios
  3. pp. 49-68
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  1. Latin American Political Thought as a Response to Discourse Ethics
  2. Felipe Curcó Cobos
  3. pp. 69-87
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  1. Reelecting Corrupt Incumbents in Exchange for Public Goods: Rouba mas faz in Brazil
  2. Carlos Pereira, Marcus André Melo
  3. pp. 88-115
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  1. Eroding the Clientelist Monopoly: The Subnational Left Turn and Conservative Rule in Northeastern Brazil
  2. Brandon Van Dyck, Alfred P. Montero
  3. pp. 116-138
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  1. Crossing the Cordillera: Immigrant Attributes and Chilean Attitudes
  2. Duncan Lawrence
  3. pp. 154-177
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  1. The Recuperation of Enterprises: Defending Workers’ Lifeworld, Creating New Tools of Contention
  2. José Itzigsohn, Julián Rebón
  3. pp. 178-196
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  1. Social Limitations of Maize Farmers’ Adaptation to Neoliberal Policy Reform in Mexico
  2. Sytske F. Groenewald, Anke Niehof
  3. pp. 197-218
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  1. Notes on the Contributors
  2. pp. 223-226
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