Military Rule and Transition in Ecuador, 1972-92
Interprets the Ecuadorian transition to civilian rule following a prolonged period of military dictatorship (1972-79), and assesses the difficulties posed by efforts to consolidate democracy during the decade that followed. It focuses on civilian opposition to the policies of the regime.
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Development and Reform under Military Rule
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