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The Resource Courting democracy in Mexico : party strategies and electoral institutions, Todd A. Eisenstadt, (electronic resource)

Courting democracy in Mexico : party strategies and electoral institutions, Todd A. Eisenstadt, (electronic resource)

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Courting democracy in Mexico : party strategies and electoral institutions
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Courting democracy in Mexico
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party strategies and electoral institutions
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Todd A. Eisenstadt
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eng
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Courting democracy in Mexico : party strategies and electoral institutions, Todd A. Eisenstadt, (electronic resource)
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Courting democracy in Mexico : party strategies and electoral institutions, Todd A. Eisenstadt, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-339) and index
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multicolored
Contents
1. Electoral Courts and Actor Compliance: Opposition-Authoritarian Relations and Protracted Transitions -- 2. Ties That Bind and Even Constrict: Why Authoritarians Tolerate Electoral Reforms -- 3. Mexico's National Electoral Justice Success: From Oxymoron to Legal Norm in Just over a Decade -- 4. Mexico's Local Electoral Justice Failures: Gubernatorial (S)Election Beyond the Shadows of the Law -- 5. The Gap Between Law and Practice: Institutional Failure and Opposition Success in Postelectoral Conflicts, 1989-2000 -- 6. The National Action Party: Dilemmas of Rightist Oppositions Defined by Authoritarian Collusion -- 7. The Party of the Democratic Revolution: From Postelectoral Movements to Electoral Competitors -- 8. Dedazo from the Center to Finger Pointing from the Periphery: PRI Hard-Liners Challenge Mexico's Electoral Institutions -- 9. A Quarter Century of "Mexicanization": Lessons from a Protracted Transition -- App. A. Coding the Postelectoral Conflict Dependent Variable -- App. B. Coding of Independent Variables
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xv, 354 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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