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"This volume makes an important contribution to our understanding of the causes, consequences, and scope of corruption. Combining insightful theoretical essays with detailed case studies that illuminate the dynamics of corruption in particular countries, Corruption and Democracy in Latin America will be an invaluable resource for scholars and policymakers interested in understanding the challenges to good government in the region." --Daniel W. Gingerich, University of Virginia "This book offers a broad-based and genuinely comparative view of corruption issues and their relationship to democratic politics in Latin America. Those issues are treated in terms of both sophisticated theory and useful case studies. The result is an essential resource not only for regional specialists, but for anyone else concerned with the interplay of wealth, power, civil society, accountability, and democracy in changing societies." --Michael Johnston, Colgate University
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CHARLES H. BLAKE is professor of political science at James Madison University. He is the author of Politics in Latin America: The Quest for Development, Liberty, and Governance and coauthor of Comparing Public Policies; Issues and Choices in Six Industrialized Countries. STEPHEN D. MORRIS is professor of political science and director of the international studies program at the University of South Alabama. He is the author of Gringolandia: Mexican Identity and Perceptions of the U.S., Political Reformism in Mexico: An Overview of Contemporary Mexican Politics, and Corruption and Politics in Contemporary Mexico.