The military intervenes; case studies in political development. Edited by Henry Bienen.


New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1968.

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Subjects Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Binnenlandse conflicten.
Militaire interventie.
Países subdesarrollados -- Política.
Political development.
Description xxiii, 175 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface, by M. Janowitz.--Introduction, by H. Bienen.--The initial involvement; Sub-Saharan Africa: The military in Ethiopian politics, capabilities and constraints, by D.N. Levine. Public order and the military in Africa; mutinies in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanganyika, by H. Bienen. Military intervention in the new states of tropical Africa, elements of comparative analysis, by A.R. Zolberg.--After the seizure of power; the struggle for stability; Political dominance and political failure, the role of the military in the Republic of Korea, by J.S. Sohn.--Institutionalized intervention: Intervention and extrication; the officer corps in the Turkish crisis, by N. Yalman. Disunity and disorder, fractional politics in the Argentine military, by P.B. Springer.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)712688
(OCoLC)ocm00712688
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WorldCat Identities Bienen, Henry.
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