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Latin American Populism in the Twenty-First Century

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ISBN-10: 1421410095

ISBN-13: 9781421410098

Edition: 2013

Authors: Carlos de la Torre, Cynthia J. Arnson

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Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez, Bolivia’s Evo Morales, and Ecuador’s Rafael Correa have brought the subject of Latin American populism once again to the fore of scholarly and policy debate in the region. Latin American Populism in the Twenty-first Century explains the emergence of today’s radical populism and places it in historical context, identifying continuities as well as differences from both the classical populism of the 1930s and 1940s and the neo-populism of the 1990s. Leading Latin American, U.S., and European authors explore the institutional and socioeconomic contexts that give rise to populism and show how disputes over its meaning are closely intertwined with debates over the meaning…    
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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Woodrow Wilson Center Press
Publication date: 5/21/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Tables and Figures
Introduction: The Evolution of Latin American Populism and the Debates Over Its Meaning
Parties and Populism in Latin America
Populism in Democratic Times: Populism, Representative Democracy, and the Debate on Democratic Deepening
What Do We Mean When We Talk About Populism?
Populism and Social Policy in Latin America
From the Per�ns to the Kirchners: "Populism" in Argentine Politics
Populism, Neopopulism, and the Left in Brazil: From Get�lio to Lula
Populism in Peru: From APRA to Ollanta Humala
Populism, Rentierism, and Socialism in the Twenty-First Century: The Case of Venezuela
From the MNR to the MAS: Populism, Parties, the State, and Social Movements in Bolivia since 1952
Rafael Correa and His Plebiscitary Citizens' Revolution
Politicizing Insecurity: Uribe's Instrumental Use of Populism
Conclusion: The Meaning and Future of Latin American Populism