Campaigning for democracy : grassroots citizenship movements, less-than-democratic elections, and regime transition in the PhilippinesMaterial type: TextPublication details: Quezon City, Philippines Institute for Popular Democracy, c2000 Description: 429 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 971884083Subject(s): Political participation -- Philippines | Democracy -- Philippines | Philippines -- Politics and government -- 1986-LOC classification: JQ1416 | .C66 2000
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Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Brandeis University, Massachusetts, 1997.
Includes bibliographic references (p.409-429).
Introduction: Chapter 1: Elections and democratization in the Philippines / Chapter 2: The colonial era and its political legacies, 1565-1945 / Chapter 3: The postwar clientelist electoral regime, 1945-1972 / Chapter 4: The institutionalization of centralized authoritarian rule, 1972-1978 / Chapter 5: Elections and democratization in the Marcos era / Chapter 6: Local democratization struggles and national regime transition / Chapter 7: Conclusion /