Distant neighbors: a portrait of the Mexicans

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Knopf, 1985 - History - 385 pages
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An examination of the political, social, economic, and cultural aspects of Mexican life by a "New York Times" journalist stationed in Mexico

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Review: Distant Neighbors: A Portrait of the Mexicans

User Review  - John Fahey - Goodreads

Excellent book.I first read it in Spanish in the 80s. Read full review

Review: Distant Neighbors: A Portrait of the Mexicans

User Review  - Carlos Alonso-Niemeyer - Goodreads

Back in the 1980 this book was a must for those who love all things Mexico. I still find it useful for anyone who is going to do business and deal with the Mexican culture. There are good chapters ... Read full review

Contents

j? The Mexicans
3
The Roots of the Nation
22
From Revolution to Institution
42
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Leslie Dunton-Downer, a fellow and lecturer at her alma mater, Harvard, is a founding member of the Cambridge Riverside Players, and has produced community readings of Shakespeare's plays. Her published works have earned her a Sheldon Fellowship, two Rockefeller Foundation Awards, and the International Orpheus Award.
Alan Riding is the European Cultural Correspondent for "The New York Times" based in Paris. He has covered countless Shakespearean performances, films, ballets, and operas.

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