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ISBN-13: 978-0520228313
ISBN-10: 0520228316
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"Levy and Bruhn's book is a well-balanced portrayal of Mexico's contemporary history, and of the role played by the United States. A must for those interested in understanding what is going on in Mexico." -Sergio Aguayo, author of Myths and (Mis)Perceptions:Changing U.S. Elite Visions of Mexico; "A wonderful guide to the social, economic, and political changes in contemporary Mexico. It goes a long way to explaining the concurrent rise of narco-traffic, the victory of Fox, and the transformation of the Mexican economy in the 1990s. I learned a great deal from it." -Miguel Centeno, author of Democracy Within Reason: Technocratic Revolution in Mexico

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"Mexico is immersed in deep transformations. The country has opened to the world, liberalized its economy and moved to a more democratic system. There is an obvious need to understand the process. Dan Levy and Kate Bruhn's book is a well-balanced portrayal of Mexico's contemporary history, and of the role played by the United States. A must for those interested in understanding what is going on in Mexico."—Sergio Aguayo, author of Myths and (Mis)Perceptions: Changing U.S. Elite Visions of Mexico

"A wonderful guide to the social, economic, and political changes in contemporary Mexico. It goes a long way to explaining the concurrent rise of narco-traffic, the victory of Fox, and the transformation of the Mexican economy in the 1990s. I learned a great deal from it."—Miguel Centeno, author of Democracy Within Reason: Technocratic Revolution in Mexico
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