A Traveller's History of Mexico

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Interlink Books, 2002 - History - 388 pages
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Mexico is a land torn between Latin America and the U.S., between its Indian and revolutionary past and the modern trappings of skyscrapers, cellular phones, and factories. Mexico in Focus is an authoritative and up-to-date guide to this vivid and tumultuous nation. It explores the land, the people and their history.

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A Traveller's History of Mexico (The Traveller's History Series)

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Pearce (The View from the Top of the Temple: Ancient Maya Civilization and Modern Maya Culture) begins and ends this chronological history of Mexico with what is perhaps its soul and most constant ... Read full review

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Excellent - clear, concise, easy to read, informative. This book read like a novel with a page-turning story. I'm only sorry that it only went up to the 90s! What a blood-thirsty history! Read full review

Contents

Prehistoric Mexico
12
The Rise of Civilization
20
The Militaristic States
46
Copyright

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