Elections and Democratization in the Philippines

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Routledge, 24 mrt. 2020 - 250 pagina's
First published in 2001. This study shows how legitimate elections held under centralized authoritarian conditions before 1986, though not democratic, still contributed to democratization by creating the political space needed for democratic oppostion to arise.
 

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Acknowledgments
List of Tables
Introduction
Elections and Democratization in the Philippines
The Colonial Era and its Political Legacies 15651945
The Postwar Clientelist Electoral Regime 19451972
The Institutionalization of Centralized Authoritarian Rule 19721978
Elections and Democratization in the Marcos
Local Struggles and National Regime Transition
Conclusion
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Jennifer Conroy Franco,

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