Merilee S. Grindle

Merilee S. Grindle is Edward S. Mason Professor of International Development, Emerita, at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the former Director of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University.

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Cover: Reflections on Memory and DemocracyReflections on Memory and DemocracyGrindle, Merilee S.
Goodman, Erin E.
PAPERBACK03/14/2016$24.95
Cover: Jobs for the Boys: Patronage and the State in Comparative PerspectiveJobs for the Boys: Patronage and the State in Comparative PerspectiveGrindle, Merilee S.HARDCOVER06/11/2012$53.50
Cover: Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua, With New AfterwordBlood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua, With New AfterwordKinzer, StephenPAPERBACK09/30/2007$18.95
Cover: Proclaiming Revolution: Bolivia in Comparative PerspectiveProclaiming Revolution: Bolivia in Comparative PerspectiveGrindle, Merilee S.
Domingo, Pilar
PAPERBACK10/15/2003$24.95
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