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Economic Crises and Electoral Responses in Latin America

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        StatementUniversity Press of America
        PublishersUniversity Press of America
        LC ClassificationsJanuary 28, 2005
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 81 p. :
        Number of Pages82
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        ISBN 100761832742

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The final section will bring into sharp focus the depth and scope of the problem of trade union and social movement weakness and their political consequences. Canada subordinate to the USMexico will continue to be a priority due to the economic and commercial relationship, and the effects on US internal securitythe rest of Central America will remain in crisis and object to the north american interference policy.