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by Professor Jeffrey M. Puryear

  • Author: Professor Jeffrey M. Puryear
  • ISBN: 0801848393
  • ISBN13: 978-0801848391
  • ePub: 1438 kb | FB2: 1905 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (August 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Thinking Politics: Intellectuals and Democracy in Chile, 1973-1988 ePub download

Jeffrey M. Puryear directs a project on education and economic competitiveness at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, . He previously served as head of the Ford Foundation's regional office for the Andean and Southern Cone region of South America.

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In Thinking Politics Jeffrey Puryear examines this unprecedented role played by intellectuals inChile's return to democracy. Thinking Politics provides thorough coverage of an important but neglected topic by a uniquely qualified observer. Through his work with the Ford Foundation, Jeffrey Puryear had an unparalleled opportunity for an outside agent to witness the development of the social scientists of Chile and their impact on democratization.

By Jeffrey M. Puryear Intellectuals were purged from the universities and had no means o. .

Thinking Politics: Intellectuals and Democracy in Chile, 1973-1988. Thinking Politics: Intellectuals and Democracy in Chile, 1973-1988. By Jeffrey M. Puryear. A significant contribution to explaining the role that outside assistance can play in the most unfavorable circumstances. Intellectuals were purged from the universities and had no means of political expression, but they found a home in think tanks funded by outsiders. Constant fundraising forced these intellectuals to work efficiently, in effect to become competitive in the marketplace. Through his work with the Ford Foundation, Jeffrey Puryear had an unparalleled opportunity for an outside agent to witness the development of the social scientists of Chile and their impact on democratization

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See Jeffrey M. Puryear, Thinking Politics: Intellectuals and Democracy in Chile, 1973–1988 (Baltimore . See David Forsythe, Human Rights in World Politics (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1989), 92Google Scholar. Puryear, Thinking Politics: Intellectuals and Democracy in Chile, 1973–1988 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994), 42–52Google Scholar. 19. 20. Larry Rohter, Visit to . Isn’t a First for Chile’s First Female President, New York Times, June 8, 2006Google Scholar.

The Chilean transition to democracy began when a Constitution establishing a transition itinerary was approved in a plebiscite

The Chilean transition to democracy began when a Constitution establishing a transition itinerary was approved in a plebiscite. From 11 March 1981 to March 1990, several organic constitutional laws were approved leading to the final restoration of democracy

Because of Latin America's long history of military juntas, analysts who have studied regime change in the region have focused on political and military elites. In the recent case of Chile, however, the success of democratic transition can be credited in large part to the remarkable influence of intellectuals involved in public affairs. In Thinking Politics Jeffrey Puryear examines this unprecedented role played by intellectuals inChile's return to democracy.

"Thinking Politics provides thorough coverage of an important but neglected topic by a uniquely qualified observer. Through his work with the Ford Foundation, Jeffrey Puryear had an unparalleled opportunity for an outside agent to witness the development of the social scientists of Chile and their impact on democratization. He tells the story well, he analyzes it in a way that could be relevant to other cases, and he presents the policy implications for support of the social sciences in less developed countries in a convincing manner."--Paul W. Drake, University of California, San Diego

"This first-rate work is accurate, original, and compelling. It addresses an important topic--the relationship between ideas and politics--that has seldom been analyzed in Latin America."--José Joaquín Brunner Ried, Facultad Latina Americana de Ciencias Sociales, Santiago, Chile.

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