In "Democracy without Equity," Weyland investigates the crucial
political issue for many Latin American countries: the possibility
for redistributing wealth and power through the democratic process.
He focuses on Brazil's redistributive initiatives in tax policy,
social security, and health care. Weyland's work is based on some
260 interviews with interest group representatives, politicians,
and bureaucrats, the publications of interest groups, speeches of
policy makers, newspaper accounts, legislative bills, congressional
committee reports, and more. He concludes that, in countries whose
society and political parties are fragmented, the prospects for
effective redistributive policies are poor.
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