Corruption in a Paternalistic Democracy: Lessons from Italy for Latin America
Silvia Colazingari and Susan Rose-Ackerman show how in post World War II Italy corruption and democracy coexisted. They apply their insights to Latin American democracies with similar characteristics.
Democracy by Decree: What Happens When Courts Run Government, David Schoenbrod and Ross Sandler Reviewed by Susan Rose-Ackerman
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The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Nations are So Rich and Some So Poor, David S. Landes Reviewed by Susan Rose-Ackerman
The Politics of Parenthood: Child Care, Women's Rights, and the Myth of the Good Mother, Mary Frances Berry Reviewed by Susan Rose-Ackermanmore by this author
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