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Over the long-term, then, answers are clouded in uncertainty. As Tussie puts it succinctly in this volume, governments face the realpolitik dilemmas of avoiding open confrontation with powerful, established commercial interests while at the same time enhancing and maintaining important domestic civil society support to shore up their domestic popularity. Structure of the Book The book combines attention to national case studies with an appreciation of the regional context. We begin at the macro-level: the region.
Companies, until the 1980s. Further South, a cautious engagement with electoral politics began again around the time of the Second World War, which was to last unbroken until the 1970s only in Chile and Uruguay. In Chile, an elite-run democratic order collapsed when the political and economic Right opted for military interventionism in 1973, in the face of the victory of a united Left under Salvador Allende and what it perceived as excessive popular demands for redistribution. In Uruguay, the collapse of democracy in 1974 unleashed an exceptionally brutal military dictatorship.
Latin America had abandoned free markets in the 1940s and 1950s in favor of a variant of state capitalism and, although since then there had been periodic pressures for market opening from D E M O C R A C Y A F T E R T H E WA S H I N G T O N C O N S E N S U S 33 outside, governments had resisted or reforms had faltered, Chile under Pinochet was the only real example that could be pointed to where liberal economics has been consistently pursued. As a result, the introduction of neoliberalism in the 1980s was something of social and economic experiment, launched by international organizations and governing elites who had no detailed or “firm understanding of the complexities involved” (Massey et al.