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Author Bethell, Leslie.

Title The Cambridge History of Latin America. Volume 6 Part 2, 1930 to the present. / edited by Leslie Bethell
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1995
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Description 1 online resource (800 pages)
Series The Cambridge History of Latin America
Cambridge histories online
Contents State -- State organization in Latin America since 1930 / Laurence Whitehead -- Politics -- Democracy in Latin America since 1930 / Jonathan Hartlyn -- The Left in Latin America since c. 1920 / Alan Angell -- The military in Latin American politics since 1930 / Alain Rouquie -- Society and politics -- The urban working class and labour movement in Latin America since 1930 / Ian Roxborough -- Rural mobilizations in Latin America since c. 1920 / Guillermo de la Peña -- Women in twentieth-century Latin American society / Asunción Lavrin -- Church -- The Catholic Church in Latin America since 1930 / Enrique Dussel -- The Protestant churches in Latin America since 1930 / José Miguez Bonino
Summary The second part of Volume 6 of The Cambridge History of Latin America examines the military in Latin American politics; democracy; the Left; labour movements and the urban working class; rural mobilisation and violence. It also takes a look at the role of women in twentieth-century Latin American economy, society, and politics. The volume finishes with a discussion of the actions and importance of the Catholic and Protestant churches
Notes Title from publishers bibliographic system (viewed on 08 Jul 2014)
Subject Latin America -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Latin America -- Economic conditions.
Latin America -- Social conditions.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781139055222 (ebook)
1139055224 (ebook)