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Project Latin America 2000 Series

#1 (from the Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Democracy That Matters: The Search for Authenticity, Legitimacy, and Civic Competence in the Andes"
Catherine Conaghan

#2 (from the Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Democracy in Brazil and the Southern Cone: Achievements and Problems"
Scott Mainwaring
Later published in the Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs.

#3 (from the Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Three Challenges to US Democracy: Accountability, Representativeness, and Intellectual Diversity," with Comments by Robert Dahl.
Jorge G. CastaƱeda

#4 (from the Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"The Peculiarities of 'Transition' a la mexicana"
Laurence Whitehead

#5 (from the Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Central America in the Twenty-First Century: The Prospects for a Democratic Region"
Terry Lynn Karl

#6 (from the Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Democracy in the Americas: Approaching the Year 2000 (A Rapporteurs' Report)"
Volker Frank and Charles Kenney
This is a summary of the 1994 Academic Workshop.


 

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