This book addresses the question of military disengagement from politics in states emerging from prolonged cycles of military intervention in politics. The case of El Salvador is particularly interesting, given the decades of repeated intervention by the Salvadoran military. These cycles of military intervention indicate that intervention in politics is seen by the military as part of its job.
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Andrew P. Miller is Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science at Wilkes University.Review:
"What makes this study interesting and timely is its focus on strategies for disengagement. The author looks at institutional factors that affect military disengagement in El Salvador at the end of the civil war..." - Professor Martyn de Bruyn, St. John Fisher College"
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Book Description Edwin Mellen Pr, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0773455884