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The Mexican Right: The End of Revolutionary Reform 1929-1940

The Mexican Right: The End of Revolutionary Reform 1929-1940

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Author: John W. Sherman

Publisher: Praeger Publishers

Description: Hardcover. 154 pages.

Date: 1997

Condition: Upper spine cap lightly bumped otherwise book looks unread.

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Contents: The presidency of Lázaro Cárdenas (1934-1940) has long been viewed as the successful apogee of Mexico's Institutionalized Revolution. Scholars have traditionally portrayed Cárdenas as a widely popular reformer: the idealist who gave peasants land and the nationalist who seized American oil company properties. Others hold him responsible for establishing Mexico's modern authoritarian state. Now these interpretations are challenged in this evocative book, which examines the vital role of the Mexican right on the eve of cardenismo and during its tenure. Indexed.
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