Patterns of development in Latin America : poverty, repression, and economic strategy /

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Author / Creator: Sheahan, John, 1923-
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Spanish
Imprint: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1987.
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Table of Contents:
  • Ways of looking
  • Poverty
  • Employment and earnings
  • External trade, industrialization, and economic growth
  • Inflation, external deficits, and IMF stabilization programs
  • Ownership I: land
  • Ownership II: multinationals, public enterprise, and dependency
  • Early industrialization and violent reaction: Argentina and Brazil
  • Reformism, Marxism, and militant monetarism: Chile
  • Two kinds of revolutionary alternative: Cuba, and Peru under Velasco
  • Middle-road market economies: Colombia, Costa Rica, and Mexico
  • Economic strategies, social strains, and political repression
  • Is it possible for the United States to play a constructive role?
  • From conclusions to ongoing questions.