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1. Social Policy Expansion and Retrenchment After Latin America’s Commodity Boom

2. Operation Condor, The War on Drugs, and Counterinsurgency in the Golden Triangle (1977-1983)

3. Violence in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

4. Toxic Conflict: Understanding Venezuela's Economic Collapse

5. Paraguay's Compliance With The Inter-American Human Rights System

6. The Space of Utopia: Christians for Socialism in Chile

7. Beyond a Single Model: Explaining Differences in Inequality within Latin America

8. Unsettlements: The Potential Termination of Temporary Protected Status and the Threat of Displacement Among Salvadorans in the United States

9. Shoutings, Scoldings, Talkings, and Whispers: Mothers’ Reponses to Armed Actors and Militarization in Two Caracas Barrios

10. The Emergence of Democracy in Colombia

11. Shared Class as an Electoral Heuristic in Brazil’s Local Elections

12. Integral Human Development Through the Lens of Sen’s Capability Approach and the Life of a Faith Community at the Latin American Urban Margins

13. Can Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Improve Collective Action? Lab-in-the-Field Evidence on Coordination and Social Norms

14. Comparative Continuismo: Presidential Term Limit Contravention Across Developing Democracies

15. The Electoral Basis of Ideological Polarization in Latin America

16. Democratization and Other Civil War Legacies in Central America

17. Women's Representation and Legislative Committee Appointments: The Case of the Argentine Provinces

18. The Politics of Polarization: Governance and Party System Change in Latin America, 1990–2010

19. 'WE ARE GAÚCHOS, WE ARE GAÚCHAS...' INCITEMENTS TO GENDERED AND REGIONAL SUBJECTIVITY IN THE 2002 BRAZILIAN ELECTION CAMPAIGNS

20. Rethinking the Comparative Perspective on Class and Representation: Evidence from Latin America

21. The Catholic Church, Elections and Democracy In Colombia, 1830–1930

22. Elections in Latin America 2009–2011: A Comparative Analysis

23. Networked Justice: Judges, the Diffusion of Ideas, and Legal Reform Movements in Mexico

24. The Road to Universal Social Protection: How Costa Rica Informs Theory Juliana