Mexican Public Intellectuals
D. Castillo, S. Day
Springer, Apr 16, 2014 - Literary Criticism - 250 pages
In Mexico, the participation of intellectuals in public life has always been extraordinary, and for many the price can be high. Highlighting prominent figures that have made incursions into issues such as elections, human rights, foreign policy, and the drug war, this volume paints a picture of the ever-changing context of Mexican intellectualism.
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