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Published: 13 October 2011

200 Pages | 5 maps & 20 halftones


ISBN: 9780195337907

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Mexico in World History

William H. Beezley

New Oxford World History

  • Brings together the latest scholarship from archaeological studies of ancient societies to recent studies of migration issues and drug violence
  • Provides the necessary context for understanding U.S. policies such as the border wall and state laws such as Arizona's and California's anti-immigrant programs
  • Examines the cultural aspects of revolutionary politics in the 1920s and 1930s
  • Illustrates developments, especially economic changes, that resulted in the movement toward the democratization of the national politics, culminating in the 2000 election of the first president to defeat the official party's candidate

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