Colombia country studies

Colombia country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
The Spanish Conquest
Exploration and Conquest
Colonial Society, 1550-1810
Colonial Administration
The Colonial Economy
The Colonial Church
Developments Leading to Independence
The Founding of the Nation, 1810-1903
The Independence Movement
Gran Colombia
New Granada
Consolidation of Political Divisions
The Federalists
The Nationalists
The Period of Reconciliation, 1903-30
Economic and Social Change
The Reformist Period, 1930-45
Collapse of the Democratic System, 1946-58
La Violencia
The Rojas Pinilla Dictatorship
The National Front, 1958-74
Instituting the Coalition Government
Opposition to the National Front
Dismantling the Coalition Apparatus
The Post-National Front Period, 1974-82
The Liberal Tenure
The Society and Its Environment
Geography
Geographic Regions
Andean Highlands
Climate
Population and Urbanization
Urbanization, Migration, and Immigration
Race and Ethnicity
Social Class
Upper Class
Middle Class
The Lower Class and the Masses
Family Life
Income Distribution
Rural Wages
Urban Wages
Health and Welfare
General Indicators of Health
The Politics of Health: Priorities, Institutions, and Public Policy
National Health Care System
Social Security
Religion
The Church in Society
Trends within the Church Since the 1940S
Education
Education - Historical Background
Education - Administration and Finance
Primary Education
Secondary and University Education
Drugs and Society
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
Macroeconomic Trends
Inflation and Unemployment
The Labor Movement
Role of the Government in the Economy
Fiscal and Monetary Policy
Agriculture
Crops
Livestock
Forestry and Fishing
Mining and Energy
Coal
Petroleum
Industry
Banking
Tourism
Foreign Economic Relations
Government and Politics
The Governmental System
The President
The Legislature
The Judiciary
Public Administration
Local Government
The Electoral System
Political Dynamics
Factionalism
Minor Third Parties
Post-National Front Political Developments
Interest Groups
The Military
The Church
Economic Associations
Labor Unions
Students
News Media
Foreign Relations
Relations with the United States
Relations with Latin America
Relations with World Organizations
Relations with Communist Countries
Relations with Other Nations
Foreign Policy Decision Making
Bibliography

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