Mexico: The people
This updated book celebrates Mexico's heroes' past and present and explores the values and the traditions of Mexicans at home, school, and work. A new easy-to-follow timeline has been added to show Mexico's history from the Olmecs to the 21st century. New information discusses the unrest in Chiapas, language and education, and people at work.
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