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Michael Fleet • 4 Items / 1 Book, 3 Reviews
The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy (1985)
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    Comparative Politics (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy, by Michael Fleet
    1. The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy by Michael Fleet
    American Political Science Review, June 1986, p. 700
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    Latin America (2 Reviews)
    The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy, by Michael Fleet
    1. The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy by Michael Fleet
    2. The Chilean Communist Party and the Road to Socialism by Carmelo Furci
    The American Historical Review, February 1986, pp. 227-228
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    Book Reviews (2 Reviews)
    The Last Two Years of Salvador Allende, by Nathaniel Davis
    1. The Last Two Years of Salvador Allende by Nathaniel Davis
    2. The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy by Michael Fleet
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1986, pp. 475-476
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. The Canadians by Andrew H. Malcolm
    2. The Last Two Years of Salvador Allende by Nathaniel Davis
    3. The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy by Michael Fleet
    4. Latin American Democracies by John A. Peeler
    5. Latin America, Western Europe and the U.S. by Wolf Grabendorff and Riordan Roett
    6. Cuba, Castro, and the Caribbean by Carlos Alberto Montaner
    7. Third World Instability by Andrew J. Pierre
    8. The Making of a Government by Roderic A. Camp
    9. Politics, Policies, and Economic Development in Latin America by Robert Wesson
    10. Grenada by Hugh O'Shaughnessy
    11. The Argentine Labor Movement, 1930-1945 by David Tamarin
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1985, pp. 1120-1121