Mexico Under Zedillo

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Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998 - Political Science - 151 pages
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Following a year of political and social upheaval, Ernesto Zedillo Ponce was inaugurated as Mexico's president in December 1994. Soon after, the collapse of the peso forced a reorientation of the country's policies and priorities. This text examines the move toward democracy during that time.
 

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Contents

Crisis and Economic Change in Mexico
37
The New U S Mexico Relationship
101
Appendix
127
Appendix
133
The Contributors
141
About the Book
151
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Rubio is director General of CIDAC, the Center of research for development, in Mexico City.

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