Mexico: From Montezuma to the Rise of the Pan

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Potomac Books, Inc., 2008 - Mexico - 235 pages
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An updated edition of the classic survey of Mexico and its history
 

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Mexico: from Montezuma to NAFTA, Chiapas, and beyond

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Suchlicki, former director of the North-South Center at the University of Miami, provides a well-written, comprehensive, historical narrative of Mexico from the time of the conquest through the ... Read full review

Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION
Chapter 1UNDERSTANDING MEXICO
MEXICOS NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND NATIVE PEOPLES
Chapter 3ENTER THE SPANIARDS
Chapter 4THE EMERGING COLONY
Chapter 5COLONIAL ECONOMY AND LABOR
Chapter 6THE BOURBON CENTURY
Chapter 12THE PORFIRIATO
Chapter 13THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION
Chapter 14THE REVOLUTION TAKES SHAPE
Chapter 15POLITICAL STABILITY AND UNEVEN GROWTH
19941995
Chapter 17THE RISE OF THE PAN
Chapter 18MEXICANS AND MEXICANAMERICANS
Chapter 19MEXICOS FUTURE MEXICOS PAST

Chapter 7INDEPENDENCE OR REVOLUTION
Chapter 8THE AGE OF SANTA ANNA
Chapter 9THE USMEXICAN WAR
LA REFORMA
Chapter 11MAXIMILIAN AND FOREIGN INTERVENTION
SUGGESTED READING
INDEX
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Jaime Suchlicki, one of the leading scholars of Latin America, has taught Mexican and Cuban history for more than thirty years. Formerly executive director of the North-South Center at the University of Miami, he is now Bacardi Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies. He formerly edited the Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs and has had a number of advisory positions in public and private sectors. He is author of University Students and Revolution in Cuba and Cuba From Columbus to Castro.

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