GenEd Paper1 - Matt Condon 9/21/08 Mr. Smith Authoritarian...

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Matt Condon 9/21/08 Mr. Smith Authoritarian regimes Hadenius, Axel, and Jan Teorell. "Authoritarian Regimes: Stability, Change, And Pathways To Democracy." Nov. 2006. 14 Sept. 2008 <http://kellogg.nd.edu/publications/workingpapers/wps/331.pdf> “This paper was extremely helpful in describing me the different types of regimes and how they are classified, it went through each type of regime that the world has seen. It also used specific countries to explain different types of regimes, and how multiple countries would actually change their type of regime over time, like Cuba. It also went into great depth to describe the different regimes no other source I found did this, overall it was a well written article, a little hard to read at first but it was extremely helpful in teaching me about authoritarian regimes and how they are classified” This article discusses the different types of regimes since 1975. One of the most typical types of authoritarian regimes is the military regime, which can be seen in Chile from 1973-1989. “In which military officers are major or predominant Political actors by virtue of their actual or threatened use of force” (nordlinger 1977,2). In
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