Democracy and Central America

Selected full-text books and articles on this topic

Democratic Transitions in Central America
Jorge I. Domínguez; Marc Lindenberg.
University Press of Florida, 1997
State Formation in Central America: The Struggle for Autonomy, Development, and Democracy
Howard H. Lentner.
Greenwood Press, 1993
Elections and Democracy in Central America, Revisited
Mitchell A. Seligson; John A. Booth.
University of North Carolina Press, vol.10, 1995 (Enlarged edition)
Central America: Democracy, Development, and Change
John M. Kirk; George W. Schuyler; Sylvia Mattinson; Sandor Halebsky; James Sacouman; Henry Veltmeyer.
Praeger Publishers, 1988
Elections and Democracy in Central America
John A. Booth; Mitchell A. Seligson.
University of North Carolina Press, vol.8, 1989
Understanding Central America
John A. Booth; Thomas W. Walker.
Westview Press, 1999 (3rd edition)
The United States, Honduras, and the Crisis in Central America
Donald E. Schulz; Deborah Sundloff Schulz.
Westview Press, 1994
Is There a Transition to Democracy in El Salvador?
Joseph S. Tulchin; Gary Bland; Joseph S. Tulchin; Gary Bland.
L. Rienner Publishers, 1992
In Search of Democratic Governance in Central America: Political Parties Are Controlled by a Handful of People Who Profit from Running the Parties in a Patrimonial Style, and There Are Narrow Prospects for Economic Reforms. Why Has So Little Progress Been Made?
Sojo, Carlos.
Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 57, No. 1, Fall 2003
The Challenges of Democratization : Since the Early 1990s, Central America Has Celebrated Free and Fair Elections, with Power Transferrring Peacefully from One Democratically Elected Government to Another
Orozco, Manuel.
The World and I, Vol. 18, No. 3, March 2003
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