Unformatted text preview: Argentina was very dependent on the global economy.-4. Military Intervention Politics- -5. Economic Instability- many years of Argentina boom followed by many years of economic recession. -6. Economic Poverty- Argentina began the 19 th century very rich, but soon declined in the 1900’s.-7. Political Instability- regimes changed a lot in Latin America. Lots of jumping back and forth which tends to cause violence. -8. Authoritarianism- Did not get democracy right until the 1980’s. -9. Democratization- Began in the 1980’s for Argentina. -10. Populism- feature of govt. during Peron’s time. Leader who appeals to less advantaged groups. ie:working class, poor. Populism tends to embody more inverventionalist economic policy. Entails a cult of popularity around one person and their ideals....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PSCI 3054 taught by Professor Tecza during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.
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