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After a long era of military rule, South American nations have been working on the construction of a new democratic order. This book provides a long-term historical assessment of the main features of civil-military relations in this region, from independence in the early 19th century to the current process of democratic consolidation, with special attention to the cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru.
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