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Title Contemporary Portugal [electronic resource] : The Revolution and Its Antecedents / Edited by Lawrence S. Graham and Harry M. Makler; foreword by Juan J. Linz.

Imprint Austin and London : University of Texas Press, 1979.


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 Axe ACLS Humanities E-Book  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Description xliii, 357 p. : Grayscale Illustration, Tables ; 24 cm.
Series ACLS Humanities E-Book.
Note Publication of this book was assisted by Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian of Lisbon, Portugal.
Copyright © 1979 by the University of Texas Press.
Printed in the United States of America.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The "Régime d'Exception" That Became the Rule: Forty-Eight Years of Authoritarian Domination in Portugal -- The Evolution of Portuguese Corporatism under Salazar and Caetano -- The Corporatist Tradition and the Corporative System in Portugal: Structured, Evolving, Transcended, Persistent -- The Portuguese Industrial Elite and Its Corporative Relations: A Study of Compartmentalization in an Authoritarian Regime -- Peasants and Politics in Salazar's Portugal: The Corporate State and Village "Nonpolitics" -- The Military and the Portuguese Dictatorship, 1926-1974: "The Honor of the Army" -- The Military in Politics: The Politicization of the Portuguese Armed Forces -- Electoral Behavior and Political Militancy -- Emigration and Its Implications for the Revolution in Northern Portugal -- Analysis and Projection of Macroeconomic Conditions in Portugal -- The Present Economic Situation: Its Origins and Prospects.
Reproduction Electronic text and image data. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University of Michigan, Michigan Publishing, 2021. EPUB file. ([ACLS Humanities E-Book])
Note All rights reserved.
Subject Portugal -- History -- 1910-1974.
Portugal -- History -- 1974-
Graham, Lawrence S.
Makler, Harry M., 1935-
European 1 : -- General & Multiperiod.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Added Author American Council of Learned Societies.
In: ACLS Humanities E-Book. URL:
ISBN 029271047X
0292710488 paper
Standard No. 2027/heb.34295 hdl

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