Democratic Transitions In An Authoritarian Context
de Patricia Olney
Sobre o livro
Vicente Fox's 2000 election to the presidency in Mexico marked the end of more than 70 years of rule by the PRI. Since then, there has been much debate about the reasons for the PAN's successful challenge to decades of authoritarian rule. Patricia Olney makes a rich, nuanced contribution to that debate, explaining Mexico's transition to democracy from the perspective of municipal-level politics.