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The political and socio-economic role of the military in Latin America [university publication]

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The political and socio-economic role of the military in Latin America [university publication], 1972? | University of Miami University Archives

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Title: The political and socio-economic role of the military in Latin America [university publication], 1972?Add to your cart.

ID: ASU0240

Creator: University of Miami. Center for Advanced International Studies.

Extent: 6.0 Items

Arrangement: 1 - The political and socio-economic role of the military in Latin America; 2 - Appendix volume 1 (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil); 3 - Appendix volume II (Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic); 4 - Appendix volume III (Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico); 5 - Appendix volume IV (Nicaragua, Peru, Venezuela); 6 - Appendix N (Bibliography).

Languages: English

Abstract

The 6-volume publication "The Political and Socio-economic Role of the Military in Latin America" was published by the Center for Advanced International Studies, University of Miami circa 1972.

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The 6-volume publication "The Political and Socio-economic Role of the Military in Latin America" was published by the Center for Advanced International Studies, University of Miami circa 1972.

The publication represents results of work sponsored by the Directorate of Doctrine, Concepts and Objective (AF/XOD), DCS/P&O, Headquarters, USAF, under Contract F44620-68-C-0084.

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The Center for Advanced International Studies was established in 1964 with responsibility for coordinating and developing work in the international field among the various schools and department of the University, conducting interdisciplinary gradute courses leading to graduate degrees, and conduction interdisciplinary research in international affairs.

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University of Miami. Center for Advanced International Studies.




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