MEXICO IN THE 1940s  Modernity, Politics, and Corruption

by Stephen R. Niblo


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The author describes the key personalities and events of the time. It was a crucial decade that has been ignored by most historians. It provides deep insight into how the PRI’s postwar political culture, capitalistic economic development, and Mexican egos came together to build the political and economic system that dominated Mexico up to the 1970s. It examines a nation’s struggle for modernity.

Product Details

Paperback 408 pages
Publisher SR Books; (Wilmington, Delaware)
Published 1999
Condition New


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