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University of Notre Dame Press Notre Dame, IN 46556 | undpress.nd.edu � litlefrom t�e �elen �ellogg Institutefor International �tu�ies illinneroft�e �merican ralitical �cience �ssociation's "�est�00�in [om�aratiue roliticf�war� "This is a monumental work, a tour de force.It is one of the most important books in the field of Latin American politics in several years." -�merican rolitical �cience �euiew "This book is a disciplined, paired comparison of the eight Latin American countries with the longest history of urban commercial and industrial develop­ ment-Brazil and Chile, Mexico and Venezuela, Uruguay and Colombia, Argentina and Peru....Overall, a path-breaking volume." -forei�n �ffairs "To paraphrase the book's title, this masterful work deserves to shape the intel­ lectual arena for social scientists and historians for years to come." -rolitical�cience �uarterl� "This massive, ambitious, and wide-ranging book advances our understanding of modern Latin American politics by identifying the historical moment when forces emerged and relations were crystallized in ways that shaped subsequent political life." -l�e �euiew of rolitics "Massive in scope, ambitious in its conceptual reach, and encyclopedic in detail, Shaping the Political Arena is destined to stand as a landmark in the literature for years to come." -�tu�ies in �om�aratiue International �euelo�ment RUTH BERINS COLLIER is professor of political science at the University of California, Berkeley. DAVID COLLIER is professor of political science at the University of California, Berkeley. ...

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ISBN
9780268077105
Related ISBN
9780268017729
MARC Record
OCLC
966859884
Pages
904
Launched on MUSE
2017-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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