Democracy in Latin America: Colombia and Venezuela

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Acción Democrática (AD), Venezuela: business distrust of, 7, 136-37; Catholic Church and, 8; campaign consultants and, 164; communists and, 220; electoral reform and, 150; foreign policy and, 261; labor unions and, 11; 1948coup and, 201-2; 1958coup and, 206-7; 1963elections and, 161; oil policy of, 135, 178; Punto Fijo Pact and, 2-4; rural support for, 283; Sandinistas and, 253; split in, 140, 159- 60, 167
Acción Communal Popular (FANAL), 90, 119
AD. SeeAcción Democrática
Aeropostal, 185
Agency for International Development ( AID), 287-89
agrarian reform: Agudelo Villaand, 29; Alfonso Lopezand, 28; Alvaro Gómez and, 27; Betancourtand, 138; Betancur and, 32; democratic populists and, 10; Galán and, 34; guerilla movements and, 234, 238; Lleras and, 30, 70; Párez and, 190; Rojas and, 11; Turbay and, 31; urbanization and, 66
agriculture, 75, 79. See also agrarian reform Agudelo Villa, Hernando, 28-29
AID. See Agency for International Development Ailanza Nacional Popular( ANAPO), 12, 115; M -- 19and, 231; National Movement and, 49; 1969elections and, 22
Alcalde Alvarez, Humberto, 227
Alliance for Progress: economic programs of, 287-89, 294-95; Kennedyand, 277; Pardo Parraand, 96; political strategy of, 284-86
Alvarez Paz, Oswaldo, 260
American Popular Revolutionary Alliance ( APRA), 11
ANAPO. SeeAilanza Nacional Popular Andean Pact,92, 140, 187; business opposition to, 260; foreign investment and, 289; INCOMEXand, 262; LAFTAand, 254
Argentina: Contadora Group and, 266; Malvinas war, 252-53, 255-56; oil income, 134; TNE investment in, 93
Arias Blanco, Rafael, 205
Arias Londono, Gustavo, 236
armed forces: Caldera pacification program and, 224-25; Catholic Church and, 114, 121, 125; Cazadores, 284; civilian leadership and, 314; corpora-

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