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The Life and Death of Political Parties Since Latin America’s Third Wave

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 April 2018

Jason Seawright*
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Associate professor of political science at Northwestern University.

Abstract

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Critical Debates
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Copyright © 2018 University of Miami 

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