Between Tyranny and Anarchy: A History of Democracy in Latin America, 1800-2006

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INDEX
African Americans, 60
Alliance for Progress, 166, 167
American Popular Revolutionary Alliance(APRA), 166, 171
Amparo, 30, 187–188
Andes
central (See Bolivia; Ecuador; Peru)
decentralization, 223
oligarchic republicism, 90
Angostura, Congress of (1819), 64–65, 74, 77
APRA (American Popular RevolutionaryAlliance), 166, 171
Argentina
Alberdi, Juan Bautista, 18, 95, 97, 107
authoritarian regimes, 16, 69–70, 167–170,217
Belgrano, Manuel, 59
civil wars, 69–70
constitutions, 28, 29t, 173
of 1819, 69
of 1826, 67, 69
of 1853, 96–97, 101–102, 104, 134, 172
coups, military, 130, 143, 157, 167
decentralization, 222
democratic regimes, 7, 10
neoliberal, 202, 203
oligarchic republics, 5, 6t, 90, 127, 128
populist, 164, 165
types, 6t, 16
elections, 150–151, 155–156
boycotting, 151
early, 79–80
procedures, 44, 45, 46, 46t
proportional representation, 45
reform, 155
system, 191
voter participation/turnout, 108, 112,113, 152, 192, 237
ethnic/racial population, 14, 169
federalism, 33, 99, 222
independence, 59
judiciaries, 40, 105, 187, 188
legislatures, 37, 104, 231, 232, 234
liberals, 95
liberation, 52
Moreno, Mariano, 61, 75
municipalization, 221
oppression of excluded groups, 129
political parties, 49, 123, 159, 241
National Autonomist Party (PAN), 113,152–153
Radical Party, 156, 157–158, 160
presidents, 74, 101–103, 139
Celman, Miguel Juárez, 153
Irigoyen, Hipólito, 129, 157, 160
Menem, Carlos Saúl, 205, 215, 229
Perón, Juan, 18, 19, 164, 166, 167, 194
Rosas, Juan Manuel de, 19–20, 69–70, 95,107, 110, 112
Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino, 18, 91, 95,107, 112
San Martín, General José de, 54, 59, 77
socialism, 133
student movement of 1918, 133
voting
compulsory, 155, 157
registration, 237
universal male suffrage, 113, 127, 151
voter qualifications/restrictions, 43, 44t,44, 80, 157
working class, 12
Australian ballot system, 192
Authoritarian regimes. See under specificcountries
autocracies, 129, 165
caudillos and (See Caudillos)
collapse of, 8
constitutions, 28, 31–32
dictatorships, 165, 167–170
from 1810 to 1870s, 15–16

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