Steven Levitsky. Transforming Labor-Based Parties in Latin America. Argentine Peronism in Comparative Perspective.
Cambridge University Press, 2003.
1 – Labor-Based Party Adaptation in the Neoliberal Era: Rethinking the Role of Party Organization
2 – Origins and Evolution of a Mass Populist Party
3 – An “Organized Disorganization”: The Peronist Party Structure in the 1990s
4 – Populism in Crisis: Environmental Change and Party Failure, 1983–1985
5 – From Labor Politics to Machine Politics: The Transformation of the Peronist Party–Union Linkage
6 – Menemism and Neoliberalism: Programmatic Adaptation in the 1990s
7 – A View from Below: Party Activists and the Transformation of Base-Level Peronism
8 – The Paradox of Menemism: Party Adaptation and Regime Stability in the 1990s
9 – Crisis, Party Adaptation, and Democracy: Argentina in Comparative Perspective