Stuffing the Ballot Box: Fraud, Electoral Reform, and Democratization in Costa Rica

By Fabrice E. Lehoucq; Iván Molina | Go to book overview

Index
Acosta, Julio, 90, 92, 110–1
Acosta, Raúl, 111
Acuña, Víctor Hugo, 258
additional incentives, 255
Africa, 263
agrarian capitalism, 257
agricultural workers or laborers, 42, 44, 47, 87, 102, 114–5, 159, 163, 169, 210, 246
Aguilar, Francisco, 74, 90
Alajuela, 20, 55, 91, 93–4, 108–13, 133, 175, 177, 182; central canton, 188; San Rafael Este, 187
Albertazzi, José, 207
Alfaro, Juan, 74
Alvarado, Alejandro, 146–7
Álvarez, Antonio, 57
Amador, Francisco de Paula, 57
Americas, 263
Ames, Barry, 27, 29
analytic narratives, 29
Anderson, Margaret Lavinia, 262
Argersinger, Peter H., 13
Arias, Juan Rafael, 139, 148, 150
Army of National Liberation, 224
artisans, 122, 138, 246
Asia, 263
Association of Bankers, 223
authoritarian domination, 261
ballot boxes, 148, 150, 214, 241, 248, 259
ballots: absentee, 199, 210; government supplied, 146; see also: paper ballots
Baltodano, Aristides, 207
banana plantations exports or owners, 36, 48, 61, 63, 96, 115
bankers, 89
Beeche, Octavio, 167
Bejarano, Manuel, 64, 70
Bellavistazo, 160–1
Benavides, Bernardo, 148
billiard hall owners, 44
Boston tea party, 126
Botana, Natalio, 27
Brazil, 28, 262
Brenes, Carlos, 146, 151
Briceño, Leonidas, 78–9, 83
caldero-comunismo,182; calderocomunists, 189, 212, 216
Calderón, Francisco, 179, 214
Calderón Guardia, Rafael Ángel, 21, 32, 159, 178–9, 182, 189, 197, 199, 201, 215–20, 238
Campabadal, Roberto, 211
Capitalists, 104
Carballo, Luis, 198
Cartago, 20, 54, 59, 176; earthquake of 1910, 66
Casal v. de Quirós Sara, 127, 129
Castaing, Luis, 148
Castro Quesada, Manuel, 160–1

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