Table of contents for Federalism and democracy in Latin America / edited by Edward L. Gibson.

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     1.   Federalism and Democracy: Theoretical Connections and Cautionary Insights
          Edward L. Gibson
     2.   Toward a New Comparative Politics of Federalism, Multinationalism, and Democracy
          Alfred Stepan
     3.   Strong Federalism, Constraints on the Central Government, and Economic Reform in
          David J. Samuels and Scott Mainwaring
     4.   Legislative Malapportionment in Latin America: Historical and Comparative Perspectives
          Richard Snyder and David J. Samuels
     5.   Reallocative Federalism: Territorial Overrepresentation and Public Spending in the
     Western Hemisphere
          Edward L. Gibson, Ernesto Calvo, and Tulia Falleti
     6.   Federalism and Institutional Change in Venezuela
          Michael Penfold-Becerra
     7.   Unity by the Stick: Regional Conflict and the Origins of Federalism in Argentina
          Edward L. Gibson and Tulia Falleti
                                                  8.   Multiple Arenas of Struggle: Federalism and  Mexico's
Transition to Democracy
          Enrique Ochoa Reza
     9.   Do Federal Institutions Matter? Rules and Political Practices in Regional Resource
     Allocation in Mexico
          Alberto Diaz-Cayeros
     10.  Institutional and Partisan Veto Players in Unitary and Federal Systems
          Alfred Stepan

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