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Preface to the 2002 Edition Guillermo O'Donnell Authors' Note to the 2002 Edition Figures and Tables Acknowledgments OVERVIEW I. Introduction 1. FRAMEWORK: Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies 2. CONTEXT: The Labor Movement and the State in Latin America II. Cleavage 3. LABOR: Emergence of Worker Organization and Protest 4. STATE: Reformist Challenge to Oligarchic Domination III. Critical Juncture 5. INCORPORATION: Recasting State-Labor Relations Brazil and Chile: Depoliticization and Control Mexico and Venezuela: Radical Populism Uruguay and Colombia: Electoral Mobilization by a Traditional Party Peru and Argentina: Labor Populism IV.Legacy 6. AFTERMATH: Reaction to Incorporation and Postincorporation ix xiii xvii xix 3 27 40 59 100 161 169 196 271 314 Dynamics 353 Brazil and Chile: Aborted Populism 360 Mexico and Venezuela: Transformation of the Majority Coalition 403 Uruguay and Colombia: Reinforcing Traditional Two-Party Systems 438 Peru and Argentina: "Difficult" and "Impossible" Games 469 Contents viii S H A P I N G T H E P O L I T I C A L A R E N A 7. HERITAGE: Between Hegemony and Crisis Brazil and Chile: Multiparty Polarizing Politics Mexico and Venezuela: Integrative Party Systems Uruguay and Colombia: Electoral Stability and Social Conflict Peru and Argentina: Political Stalemate V. Summation 8. CONCLUSION: Shaping the Political Arena Heads of State since 1900 Glossary Abbreviations Bibliography Index of Countries by Analytic Period General Index 498 507 5 7 1 639 692 745 775 78 1 791 797 855 863 ...


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