Legislative Politics in Latin America

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Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

General Editor

Margaret Levi University of Washington, Seattle


Associate Editors

Robert H. Bates Harvard University

Peter Hall Harvard University

Stephen Hanson University of Washington, Seattle

Peter Lange Duke University

Helen Milner Columbia University

Frances Rosenbluth Yale University

Susan Stokes University of Chicago

Sidney Tarrow Cornell University


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