1. The Origins of Presidential Conditional Agenda-Setting Power in Latin America
  2. Eduardo Aleman, George Tsebelis
  3. pp. 3-26
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  1. Television and Neopopulism in Latin America: Media Effects in Brazil and Peru
  2. Taylor C. Boas
  3. pp. 27-49
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  1. Gendering Class in Latin America: How Women Effect and Experience Change in the Class Structure
  2. Amy Hite, Jocelyn S. Viterna
  3. pp. 50-82
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  1. Mortality Decline in Cuba, 1900-1959: Patterns, Comparisons, and Causes
  2. James W. McGuire, Laura B. Frankel
  3. pp. 83-116
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  1. Signed with an X: Methodology and Data Sources for Analyzing the Evolution of Literacy in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1900-1950
  2. Javier Nunez Errazuriz
  3. pp. 117-135
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  1. Guerillas, Soldiers, Paramilitaries, Assassins, Narcos, and Gringos: The Unhappy Prospects for Peace and Democracy in Colombia
  2. W. John Green
  3. pp. 137-149
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  1. Patriots, Poverty, Taxes, and Death: Recent Work on Mexican History, 1750-1850
  2. Donald Fithian Stevens
  3. pp. 150-165
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  1. Recent Chicana/o Cultural Criticism
  2. David William Foster
  3. pp. 166-175
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  1. Healers, Healing, and Child Well-being: Ideologies, Institutions, and Health in Latin America and the Caribbean
  2. Anne-Emanuelle Birn
  3. pp. 176-192
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  1. Biography and Latin American History
  2. Michael Monteon
  3. pp. 193-206
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  1. Democracy and Development in Latin America
  2. George D. E. Philip
  3. pp. 207-220
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  1. Argentina: A Hundred and Fifty Years of Democratic Praxis
  2. David Rock
  3. pp. 221-234
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  1. Recent Books on Latin American and Latino/a Popular Culture
  2. Charles Edward Tatum
  3. pp. 235-241
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  1. Reconstructing Brazil: Institutional Reform, Economic Liberalism, and Pluralism
  2. Brian Wampler
  3. pp. 242-252
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  1. From Democracy to Development: The Political Economy of Post-Neoliberal Reform in Latin America
  2. Alfred P. Montero
  3. pp. 253-267
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  1. Narrative, Criticism, and Politics: Negotiating Latin American Transition
  2. Ryan Fred Long
  3. pp. 268-280
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 284-287
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