For courses in Mexican History and Latin American History.
The Mexican Nation: Historical Continuity and Modern Change is a comprehensive presentation of the Mexican past within a basic chronological narrative. A straight forward, jargon-free compilation, the text traces the nation's history from its indigenous roots through the 21st century and provides up-to-date information on the latest scholarly trends and findings. Written within a social and cultural context, this volume addresses race, religion and ethnicity, as well as economic analysis, artistic trends, women's issues and Mexico's relations with the world.
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The Mexican Nation is a readable, straightforward, and down-to-earth narrative of Mexican history from its earliest origins to the beginning of the twenty-first century. Utilizing a chronological organization, this book emphasizes how the concepts of region, religion, and ethnicity have shaped the development of Mexico. The author shows how regional complexities are vital in understanding the Mexican past. A discussion on the Aztec and Maya religions, as well as emphasis on the Catholic church, provides important clues to the multi-cultural dimension of the country. A discussion on the intermingling of indigenous people with Europeans and Africans demonstrates Mexico's unique social blending.
The Mexican Nation also offers new interpretations of Mexican leaders who have been misunderstood. Consistent themes and conclusions emerge from the author's research. Mexican history is also analyzed from the perspective of international relations. Experimentation with indigenous, European, and U.S. political models is also examined. The economic analysis of this book enables readers to understand how Mexico has attempted free trade strategies and how the country has responded to U.S. and European pressures.Key features are:
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Book Description Pearson, 2001. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Mexico's Indigenous Roots. 2. The Spanish Invasion, 1519-1598. 3. Society and Culture. 4. Hispanic Foundations. 5. Revival, Restrictions, and Crisis, 1700-1810. 6. Independence from Spain, 1810-1821. 7. The Early Republic, 1821-1835. 8. War with the United States, 1835-1854. 9. Civil War and French Intervention, 1855-1876. 10. The Era of Porfirio Daz, 1876-1910. 11. The Revolution Begins, 1910-1914. 12. Revolution and Civil War, 1914-1920. 13. Obregn, the Calles, and the Maximato, 1920-1934. 14. Lzaro Crdenas Redefines the State, 1934-1940. 15. Industrialization and Political Stability, 1940-1970. 16. Social Change and Migration, 1940-1970. 17. A Crisis Emerges, 1970-1982. 18. Dismay and Drift, 1982-2000. Glossary. Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0130922277
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