Democracy in Latin America: Colombia and Venezuela

Synopsis

"Students of twentieth-century Colombia and Venezuela will find in the essays useful information on events taking place there through the mid-1980s. Teachers of Latin American government and politics will be able to use these essays as case studies of consociational democracy in the region. And all Latin Americanists will welcome the advent of scholarly writing informed by the consociational model that provides us an approach to contemporary Latin American politics that is at once enlightening and convincing." Southeastern Latin Americanist

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Harvey F. Kline
  • Gary Hoskin
  • R. Albert Berry
  • Alexander W. Wilde
  • Diego Abente
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1989