Mexico: The land
Brilliant new photos highlight Mexico's deserts, plains, rainforests, and mountains in this newly revised edition. Mexico's agriculture, industries, overpopulation, and Mayan and Aztec roots are featured along with a new map and new information on free trade and immigration.
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