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Ecuador - REFERENCE




Ecuador - Bibliography

Agee, Philip. Inside the Company: CIA Diary.
     Harmondsworth, United Kingdom: Penguin Books, 1975.

Aguilar-Monsalve, Luis Antonio. "The Separation of Church and
     State: The Ecuadoran Case," Thought, 59, No. 233,
     1984, 205-18.

Alcina Franch, José. Manual de Arqueología Americana.
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Ayala Mora, Enrique. Lucha política y orígen de los partidos en
     Ecuador. (4th ed.) Quito: Corporación Editora Nacional,
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Bannon, John Francis, Robert Ryal Miller, and Peter Masten Dunne.
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     Press, 1977.

Bennett, Wendell C. "The Andean Highlands: An Introduction." Pages
     1-60 in Julian H. Steward (ed.), Handbook of South
     American Indians, 2: The Andean Civilizations.
     (Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology,
     Bulletin 143.) New York: Cooper Square, 1963.

Bialek, Robert W. Catholic Politics in Ecuador. New York:
     Vantage Press, 1963.

Blanksten, George I. Ecuador: Constitutions and Caudillos.
     Berkeley: University of California, 1951.

------. "Ecuador: The Politics of Instability." Pages 69-90 in
     Martin C. Needler (ed.), Political Systems of Latin
     America. Princeton: Van Nostrand, 1964.

Bork, Albert William, and Georg Maier. Historical Dictionary of
     Ecuador. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1973.

Brownrigg, Leslie Ann. "Interest Groups in Regime Changes in
     Ecuador," Inter-American Economic Affairs, 28, No. 1,
     Summer 1974, 3-17.

Clayton, Lawrence A. "Trade and Navigation in the Seventeenth
     Century Viceroyalty of Peru," Journal of Latin American
     Studies [Cambridge], 7, No. 1, May 1975, 1-21.

Collier, Donald. "The Archeology of Ecuador." Pages 767-84 in
     Julian H. Steward (ed.), Handbook of South American
     Indians, 2: The Andean Civilizations. (Smithsonian
     Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 143.) New
     York: Cooper Square, 1963.

Conaghan, Catherine M. "Industrialists and Reformist Interregnum:
     Dominant Class Behavior and Ideology in Ecuador, 1972-1979."
     (Ph.D. dissertation.) New Haven: Yale University, 1983.

Corkill, David. "Democratic Politics in Ecuador, 1979-1984,"
     Bulletin of Latin American Research [London], 4, No.
     2, 1985, 63-74.

------. "The Politics of Military Government in Ecuador: The
     Rodríguez Lara Regime, 1972-1976," Bulletin of the Society
     for Latin American Studies, No. 26, 1977, 44-63.

Cueva, Agustín. The Process of Political Domination in
     Ecuador. Quito: Editorial Planeta, 1988.

------. The Process of Political Domination in Ecuador.
     (Trans., Danielle Salti.) New Brunswick, New Jersey:
     Transaction Books, 1982.

Cushner, Nicolas P. Farm and Factory: The Jesuits and the
     Development of Agrarian Capitalism in Colonial Quito, 1600-
     1767. Albany: State University of New York, 1982.

Davidson, David. "Good Neighbors," American Heritage, 35,
     No. 3, 1984, 104-9.

Deas, Malcolm. "Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, c. 1880-1930."
     Pages 641-84 in Leslie Bethell (ed.), The Cambridge
     History of Latin America, 4-5: C. 1870-1930. Cambridge:
     Cambridge University Press, 1986.

------. "Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador: The First Half-Century
     of Independence." Pages 507-38 in Leslie Bethell (ed.),
     The Cambridge History of Latin America, 3: From
     Independence to c. 1870. Cambridge: Cambridge University
     Press, 1985.

Drekonja, Gerard, et al. Ecuador: Hoy. Bogotá: Siglo
     Veintiuno Editores, 1978.

"Ecuador: Oil up for Grabs," NACLA's Latin America and Empire
     Report, 9, No. 8, November 1975, 2-38.

Enock, C. Reginald. Ecuador: Its Ancient and Modern History,
     Topography and Natural Resources, Industries and Social
     Development. London: Unwin, 1914.

Fitch, John Samuel. "Class Structure, Populism, and the Armed
     Forces in Contemporary Ecuador," Latin American Research
     Review, 19, No. 1, 1984, 270-74.

------. The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process:
     Ecuador, 1948-1966. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University
     Press, 1977.

Franklin, Albert B. Ecuador: Portrait of a People. New
     York: Doubleday and Doran, 1943.

Gibson, Charles Robert. Foreign Trade in the Economic
     Development of Small Nations: The Case of Ecuador. New
     York: Praeger, 1971.

González Suárez, Federico. Historia General de la República del
     Ecuador. (3 vols.). Quito: Casa de la Cultura Ecuatori-
     ana, 1970.

Grayson, G.W. "Populism, Petroleum, and Politics in Ecuador,"
     Current History, 68, No. 401, 1975, 15-19, 39-40.

Hanson, David Parker. "The Influence of Business Groups in
     Ecuadoran Politics Between 1959 and 1962." (Ph.D.
     dissertation.) Gainesville: University of Florida, 1971.

Herring, Hubert. A History of Latin America from the Beginnings
     to the Present. (3d ed.) New York: Knopf, 1968.

Howe, George. "García Moreno's Efforts to Unite Ecuador and
     France," Hispanic American Historical Review, 16, No.
     2, May 1936, 257-62.

Hurtado, Osvaldo. Political Power in Ecuador. (2d ed.)
     (Trans., Nick D. Mills, Jr.) Boulder, Colorado: Westview
     Press, 1985.

Icaza, Jorge. Huasipungo: The Villagers, A Novel. (Trans.,
     Bernard M. Dulsey.) Carbondale: Southern Illinois University,
     1964.

Jaramillo Alvarado, Pío. Estudios Históricos: Esayos sobre la
     Vida Interna e Internacional de la República. Quito: n.
     pub., 1934.

Kantor, Harry. "Ecuador: The Politics of Regionalism." Pages 427-58
     in Harry Kantor (ed.), The Patterns of Politics and
     Political Systems in Latin America. Chicago: Rand
     McNally, 1969.

Levy, James, and Nick D. Mills, Jr. "The Challenge to Democratic
     Reformism in Ecuador," Studies in Comparative
     International Development, 18, No. 4, 1983, 3-33.

Linke, Lilo. Ecuador: Country of Contrasts. (3d ed.) New
     York: Oxford University, 1960.

Maier, George. The Ecuadoran Presidential Election of June 2,
     1968: An Analysis. Washington: Institute for the
     Comparative Study of Political Systems, 1969.


------. "The Impact of Velasquismo on the Ecuadoran
     Political System." (Ph.D. dissertation.) Gainesville:
     University of Florida, 1966.

------. "Presidential Succession in Ecuador, 1830-1970,"
     Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs,
     13, No. 3-4, 1971, 475-509.

Martz, John D. "Ecuador: Authoritarianism, Personalism, and
     Dependency." Pages 381-99 in Howard J. Wiarda and Harvey F.
     Kline (eds.), Latin American Politics and
     Development. (2d ed.) Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press,
     1985.

------. Ecuador: Conflicting Political Culture and the Quest
     for Progress. (The Allyn and Bacon Series in Latin
     American Politics.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1972.

------. "Ecuador: The Right Takes Command," Current
     History, 84, No. 499, February 1985, 69-72, 84-85.

------. "Populist Leadership and the Party Caudillo: Ecuador and
     the CFP, 1962-81," Studies in Comparative International
     Development, 18, No. 3, Fall 1983, 22-49.

------. "The Quest for Popular Democracy in Ecuador," Current
     History, 78, No. 454, February 1980, 66-70, 84.

Mason, J. Alden. The Ancient Civilizations of Peru.
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Mecham, J.L. Church and State in Latin America: A History of
     Politico-Ecclesiastical Relations. Chapel Hill:
     University of North Carolina Press, 1966.

Mejía, Leonardo, et al. Ecuador: Pasado y Presente. Quito:
     Editorial Alberto Crespo Encalada, 1983.

Mills, Jr., Nick D. Crisis, Conflicto y Consenso: Ecuador,
     1979-84. Quito: Corporación Editora Nacional, 1984.

Morner, Magnus. The Andean Past: Land, Societies, and
     Conflicts. New York: Columbia University, 1985.

Murra, John. "Andean Societies Before 1532." Pages 59-90 in Leslie
     Bethell (ed.), The Cambridge History of Latin America, 1-
     2: Colonial Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge
     University Press, 1984.

------. "The Historic Tribes of Ecuador." Pages 785-821 in Julian
     H. Steward (ed)., Handbook of South American Indians, 2:
     The Andean Civilizations. (Smithsonian Institution,
     Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 143.) New York: Cooper
     Square, 1963.

Needler, Martin C. Anatomy of a Coup d'Etat: Ecuador 1963.
     Washington: Institute for the Comparative Study of Political
     Systems, 1964.

Nett, Emily. "The Structural Elites of Quito," Journal of
     Inter-American Studies and World Affairs, 13, No. 2,
     January 1971, 112-20.

Norris, Robert E. Guía Bibliográfica para el Estudio de la
     Historia Ecuatoriana. (Institute of Latin American
     Studies, Guides and Bibliographies Series, No. 11.) Austin:
     University of Texas, 1978.

Pareja Diezcanseco, Alfredo. Ecuador: De la Prehistoria a la
     Conquista Española. Quito: Editorial Universitaria, 1979.

------. Ecuador: La República, de 1830 a Nuestros Dias.
     Quito: Editorial Universitaria, 1979.

Pattee, Richard. Gabriel García Moreno y el Ecuador de su
     tiempo. Mexico: Editorial Jus, 1962.

Phelan, John Leddy. The Kingdom of Quito in the Seventeenth
     Century: Bureaucratic Politics in the Spanish Empire.
     Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1967.

Pike, Frederick B. The United States and the Andean Republics:
     Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Cambridge: Harvard
     University, 1977.

Pyne, Peter. "The Politics of Instability in Ecuador: The Overthrow
     of the President, 1961," Journal of Latin American
     Studies, 7, No. 1, May 1975, 109-33.

Quintero, Rafael. El Mito del Populismo en el Ecuador.
     Quito: Editorial Universitaria, 1980.

Redclift, M.R. "Agrarian Reform and Peasant Organization in the
     Guayas Basin, Ecuador," Inter-American Economic
     Affairs, 30, No. 1, Summer 1976, 3-28.

Reyes, Oscar Efrén. Breve Historia General del Ecuador.
     (vols. 2 and 3 as one volume, 11th ed.) Quito: n. pub., 1978.

Rodríguez, Linda Alexandra. The Search for Public Policy:
     Regional Politics and Government Financing in Ecuador, 1830-
     1940. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985.

Rosenberg, E.S. "Dollar Diplomacy under Wilson: An Ecuadoran Case,"
     Inter-American Economic Affairs, 25, Autumn 1972, 47-
     53.

Rowe, John Howland. "Inca Culture at the Time of the Spanish
     Conquest." Pages 198-330 in Julian H. Steward (ed.),
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     1963.

Salomon, Frank. Ethnic Lords of Quito in the Age of the Incas:
     The Political Economy of North-Andean Chiefdoms. Ithaca:
     Cornell University Press, 1978.

Schodt, David W. "State Structure and Reformist Politics: Ecuador
     During the Petroleum Period: 1972-1983," Technical Papers
     Series (University of Texas, Institute of Latin American
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Scholes, W., and M.V. Scholes. "The United States and Ecuador,
     1909-1913," The Americas, 19, 1963, 276-90.

Szászdi, Adam. "The Historiography of the Republic of Ecuador,"
     Hispanic American Historical Review, 44, No. 4,
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TePaske, John J. (ed.). Research Guide to Andean History:
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     University, 1981.

Thomsen, Moritz. Living Poor: A Peace Corps Chronicle.
     Seattle: University of Washington, 1969.

Tyrer, Robson Brines. "The Demographic and Economic History of the
     Audiencia of Quito: Indian Population and the Textile
     Industry, 1600-1800." (Ph.D. dissertation.) Berkeley:
     University of California, 1976.

Villacrés Moscoso, Jorge W. Historia Diplomática de la
     República del Ecuador. (5 vols.). Guayaquil: Universidad
     de Guayaquil, 1978.

Von Hagen, Victor Wolfgang. Ecuador. Chur, Switzerland:
     Plata, 1975.

Wachtel, Nathen. "The Indian and the Spanish Conquest." Pages
     207-48 in Leslie Bethell (ed.), The Cambridge History of
     Latin America, 1-2: Colonial Latin America. Cambridge:
     Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Washburn, Douglas Alan. "The Bourbon Reforms: A Social and Economic
     History of the Audiencia of Quito, 1760-1810." (Ph.D.
     dissertation.) Austin: University of Texas, 1984.

Weinman, L.J. "Ecuador and Cacao: Domestic Responses to the
     Boom-Collapse Monoexport Cycle." (Ph.D. dissertation.)
     Berkeley: University of California, 1970.

Wright, F.J. "1968 Ecuadoran Presidential Campaign,"
     Inter-American Economic Affairs, 23, Spring 1970, 81-
     94.

Zevallos, José Vicente. "Oil, Power and Rural Change in Ecuador:
     1972-1979." (Ph.D. dissertation.) Madison: University of
     Wisconsin, 1985.

Zook, David H., Jr. Zarumilla-Marañón: The Ecuador-Peru
     Dispute. New York: Bookman Associates, 1964.

Zuvekas, Clarence. "Economic Planning in Ecuador: An Evaluation,"
     Inter-American Economic Affairs, 25, No. 4, Spring
     1972, 39-69.





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Library of Congress. The Country Studies Series. Published 1988-1999.

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