Table of contents for Political (in)justice : authoritarianism and the rule of law in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina / Anthony W. Pereira.

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Illustrations	000
Acknowledgments	000
Abbreviations	000
Chapter 1: Repression, Legality, and Authoritarian Regimes	000
Chapter 2: National Security Legality in Brazil and the Southern Cone in Comparative Perspective	000
Chapter 3: The Evolution of National Security Legality in Brazil and the Southern Cone	000
Chapter 4: Political Trials in Brazil: The Continuation of a Conservative Tradition	000
Chapter 5: "Wartime" Legality and Radical Adaptation in Chile	000
Chapter 6: Antilegalism in Argentina	000
Chapter 7: Defense Lawyers in Brazil's Military Courts: Redefining Free Speech, Subversion, Terrorism, and Crime	000
Chapter 8: Transitional Justice and the Legacies of Authoritarian Legality	000
Chapter 9: The Sword and the Robe: Military-Judicial Relations in Authoritarian and Democratic Regimes	000
Chapter 10: The Puzzle of Authoritarian Legality	000
Appendix 1: A Note on Sources and Data	000
Appendix 2: Interviews	000
Notes	000
Works Cited	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rule of law -- Brazil.
Authoritarianism -- Brazil.
Rule of law -- Chile.
Authoritarianism -- Chile.
Rule of law -- Argentina.
Authoritarianism -- Argentina.