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100 1  Hagopian, Frances.|0
245 10 Traditional politics and regime change in Brazil /
       |cFrances Hagopian. 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
300    1 online resource (xx, 317 pages) :|billustrations. 
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490 1  Cambridge studies in comparative politics 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 286-305) and 
505 0  Tables and figures -- Glossary -- Preface and 
       acknowledgements -- Introduction: traditional politics, 
       new authoritarianism -- Oligarchical power and traditional
       politics in Minas Gerais -- The modern political economy 
       of traditional politics -- Bureaucratic-authoritarianism 
       and the state elite -- Back to patronage: state 
       clientelism in Minas Gerais -- Authoritarian politics and 
       traditional elites -- The traditional political elite and 
       the transition to democracy -- Conclusions: Brazilian 
       authoritarianism and democratization in comparative 
       perspective -- Appendix, The Minas elite -- Notes -- 
520    This 1996 book is about politics in Brazil during the 
       military regime of 1964-85 and the transition to 
       democracy. Unlike most books about contemporary Brazilian 
       politics that focus on promising signs of change, this 
       book seeks to explain remarkable political continuity in 
       the Brazilian political system. It attributes the 
       persistence of traditional politics and the dominance of 
       regionally based, traditional political elites in 
       particular to the manner in which the economic and 
       political strategies of the military, together with the 
       transition to democracy, reinforced the clientelistic, 
       personalistic, and regional basis of state-society 
       relations. The book focuses on the political competition 
       and representation in the state of Minas Gerais. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Elite (Social sciences)|zBrazil.|0
650  0 Patron and client|0
650  0 Authoritarianism|0
651  0 Brazil|xPolitics and government|y1964-1985.|0http:// 
651  0 Brazil|xPolitics and government|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
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