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by Peter H. Smith

Argentina and the Failure of Democracy: Conflict Among the Political Elites, 1904-55 download ebook
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0299066002
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978-0299066000
Author:
Peter H. Smith
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University of Wisconsin Press (April 1975)
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320 pages
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Peter H. Smith explores Argentina's experience with political democracy, including the factors which led to its rise and the results of its demise

Peter H. Smith explores Argentina's experience with political democracy, including the factors which led to its rise and the results of its demise. Hardcover: 320 pages. Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press (April 1975).

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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780299066000. Release Date:January 1974.

Institute of Latin American Studies, London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 February 2009.

It is impossible to consider political succession in Argentina without looking at the role of the armed forces. Peter H. Smith, Argentina and the Failure of Democracy: Conflict among political elites, 1904–1955 (Madison, Wi. University of Wisconsin Press, 1974) pp. 89–90. Of the 33 presidents who have held office since independence, 16 have been military men and 13 of these have served since 1930. The last civilian president to serve a full term in office was Marcelo T. de Alvear (1922–8).

Peter Hopkinson Smith, American political scientist, consultant, writer. Guggenheim fellow, 1975-1976; distinguished Fulbright lecturer Mexico, 1984. Member Latin American Studies Association (president 1981), American Political Science Association, American History Association, Council for International Exchange Scholars, Council on Foreign Relations

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Peter H. Smith explores Argentina's experience with political democracy, including the factors which led to its rise and the results of its demise. Smith's broad conclusion--that, in a developing country such as Argentina, political democracy might not adequately serve the needs of constituent groups--is an important one.