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if you want to understand mexico you have to read this, elsewhere you will see only the false image made for naive tourists but this book will show you what really mexico is about... Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by Javier
i love this book for the following reasons;
1. the book has a lot of insightful analysis but presented in story telling prose. Read more
I would like to recomend this book because it really captures the moment and when you have a doubt of the information provided you can look at the extensive resources section. Read morePublished on May 30, 2009 by Jorge Luis Cabello Flores
This book is so shocking, it left me hoping the author made it all up. It raises many important questions regarding the US relationship with out southern neighbor. A must read.Published on May 3, 2003 by J. Kloepping
I read this book as a person who has visited Mexico on a number of occasions for both business and pleasure. I found it to be highly informative and also entertaining. Read morePublished on July 19, 1999 by Thomas Smith
The Author obviously travelled extensively in Mexico and talked to many people. In fact, he seems to support his work by the number of interviews he had. Read morePublished on November 6, 1998