From Revolutionary Movements to Political Parties: Cases from Latin America and Africa
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This volume is a series of original articles analyzing eleven case studies of revolutionary movements which have reconstituted themselves into formal political parties now contesting electoral politics. These case studies are drawn from Africa and the Americas and examined within the context of the democratic transitions which have taken place in the developing world. The book's principal objective is to analyze the factors influencing the successes and failures of these former politico-military movements within this new context of democracy and electoralism.
1403980101; ISBN-13: 978-1403980106
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Deonandan, Kalowatie, David Close, and Gary Prevost. From Revolutionary Movements to Political Parties: Cases from Latin America and Africa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.