"From 1931 to 1961, eleven Latin American presidents left office in the wake of civic strikes," writes Parkman. "In addition, at least four...faced unsuccessful attempts to force them out by the same means." Dr. Parkman compares and contrasts these fifteen cases and includes a chronological summary of each case as well as extensive notes.
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