Politics in Chile Socialism, Authoritarianism, and Market Democracy

ISBN-10: 0813342279

ISBN-13: 9780813342276

Edition: 3rd 2007 (Revised)

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Description: An updated edition that explores the political and economic challenges of development confronted by Chile in its experiments with democratic socialism, military authoritarianism and neoliberalism, and redemocratization.

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Book details

List price: $45.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Westview Press
Publication date: 1/23/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

List of Tables
Acronyms
Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction
An Overview of Chilean Politics
The Context for Politics
A Political Economy Approach to Chilean Politics
Political Implications of Development Strategies
Chile's Experiment in Socialism and the Collapse of Democracy, 1970-1973
The Popular Unity's Project: A Nonviolent Transition to Socialism
Electoral Coalitions and Candidates for the 1970 Presidency
The 1970 Election: An Uncertain Mandate
The UP Program: A Nonviolent Road to Social Transformation
The Limitations of Office
The Creation of a Socialized Sector of the Economy
The Political Implications of the UP in Power
Overview of the Allende Years, 1970-1973: Major Issues and Political Dynamics
The First Year
The Second Year
The Last Year
The System Collapses: Causes of the Military Coup
Internal Factors
External Factors
Multiple Causes of the Coup
Chile Under Military Rule, 1973-1989
The Military in Power: Creating a New Chile
The Chilean Version of the Bureaucratic-Authoritarian Model
Phases of Military Rule
Phase I, 1973-1977: Consolidating Power, Depoliticizing Society, and Choosing an Economic Model
Phase II, 1977-1981: Institutionalizing the New Political and Economic Realities
Phase III, 1981-1982: The Economic Crisis
Phase IV, 1983-1986: Popular Mobilization for a Return to Democracy
Phase V 1987-1990: Transition to Civilian Rule
The Neoliberal Economic Model and Its Social and Political Consequences
The System Changes
The Neoliberal Model and the Chicago Boys
Consequences of the Neoliberal Model: Concentration of Wealth
The Seven Modernizations: Municipal Control and Privatization
Neoliberalism and Urban Policy
Some Conclusions About the Impact of the Neoliberal Model
Political Opposition to Military Rule and the Reawakening of Civil Society
Opposition Politics: An Overview
Political Parties During the Dictatorship
Opposition Politics During the 1983-1986 Protests
The Transition to Civilian Rule
Characteristics and Challenges of the Chilean Transition to Democracy
Continuities and Change in Post-Pinochet Chile: Market Democracy Under the Concertacion
Chile as an Economic "Jaguar": An Evaluation of Concertacion Economic Policy
The Emergence of the Chilean Jaguar
Reasons for Adopting the Market Approach
Characteristics and Continuities in Concertacion Economic Policy
Concertacion Innovations in Economic Policy
Challenges for the Concertacion
The Chilean Model Reconsidered
The Long Transition Ends: Democracy Consolidated
Overview of the Transition Process Under the Concertacion
Context for the Transition: Legacies of the Past
The Aylwin Years: First Steps in Reconstructing Democracy
Reconstructing Democracy During the Frei Administration
Assessment of Democratic Reconstruction at the End of the 1990s
The Lagos Years: Democracy Consolidated
The 2005-2006 Presidential Election
Democratic Consolidation Under Bachelet: Prioritizing Equity and Participation
Looking to the Future: Issues and Challenges for the Concertacion and the Right
Some Concluding Thoughts on the Chilean Case and Chilean Exceptionalism
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index
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