Arturo J.Cruz, Jr argues that political learning, trust-building,
and institutional innovation by political elites broke Nicaragua's
post-colonial cycle of anarchy and petty despotism, leaving in its
place an increasingly inclusive oligarchic democracy that made
possible state-led economic development for the next thirty years.
Subsequent economic development gave rise to new social groups and
localist power centres that remained politically disparate, and in
turn forged an outsiders' coalition to bring down the Republic.
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