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From the Publisher". . . [a] fascinating, off-beat history. . ."
Times Literary Supplement
"This book makes a new kind of contribution to the study of the revolutionary decade of the 1980s, one that foregrounds reform as much as repression. Historians of Latin America should be interested in the possibilities of linking state policies to class politics and development, while historians interested in education should read this book for its well-contextualized analysis of educational reform."
American Historical Review