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O. Porter) The Struggle for Democracy in Latin America, 1961; A Primer of Economic Development, 1962; Prophets of the Revolution, 1962; Labor Relations in Argentina, Brazil and Chile, 1962; Today’s Latin America, 1962; Latin America, 1964; The Venezuelan Democratic Revolution, 1964; Organized Labor in Latin America, 1965; Latin American Politics and Government, 1965; An Introduction to Argentina, 1969; The Communist Party of Venezuela, 1969; Trotskyism in Latin America, 1973; Latin American Political Parties, 1973; Aprismo: The Ideas and Doctrines of Victor Raul Haya de la Tore, 1973; Agrarian Reform in Latin America, 1974; Three Alexander Families of Wayne County, Ohio, 1975; A New Development Strategy, 1976; Arturo Alessandri: A Biography, 1977; The Tragedy of Chile, 1978; Juan Peron: A History, 1979; The Right Opposition, 1981; Romulo Betancourt and the Transformation of Venezuela, 1981; Bolivia: Past, Present and Future of Its Politics, 1982; Venezuela’s Voice for Democracy, 1990; International Trotskyism, 1929-1985, 1991; Juscelino Kubitschek and the Development of Brazil, 1991; The ABC Presidents, 1992; The Bolivarian Presidents, 1994; Presidents of Central America, Mexico, Cuba and Hispaniola, 1995; Presidents, Prime Ministers and Governors of the English Speaking West Indies and Puerto Rico, 1997; The Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War, 1999; International Maoism in the Developing World, 1999.

B. , 2003. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. A. ALEXANDER, Sally Hobart. American (born United States), b. 1943. Genres: Children’s fiction, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Guild for the Blind, Pittsburgh, PA, teacher, 1969-70; St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, child therapist, 1973-76; Chatham College, Pittsburgh, teacher; Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children, consultant, 1976-77. : And Other Questions Kids Ask about Blindness, 2000, paperback, 2002.

ALDEN, Patricia. American. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: St. Lawrence University, instructor, 1976-78, assistant professor, 1978-84, associate professor, 1985-92, professor of English, 1993-. Writer. Publications: Social Mobility in the English Bildungsroman: Gissing, Hardy, Bennett, and Lawrence, 1986; (ed. T. I. Samatar) African Studies and the Undergraduate Curriculum, 1994; (with L. Tremaine) Nuruddin Farah, 1999. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Department of English, St.

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