Mexico, NAFTA, and the Hardships of Progress: Historical Patterns and Shifting : Methods of Oppression
McFarland & Company, 1995 - 382 páginas
Examines the sociopolitical history of the country, how events of the past continue to influence the government's policies, and how economic policy will evolve in a period of free trade. Discusses the mechanisms creating Mexico's landed elite and commercial classes, the pauperization of the majority, and the emergence of the dictatorship of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, looking at factors such as nationalism and foreign influence throughout the nation's history. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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