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Intellectuals and the State in Twentieth-Century Mexico (Latin American Monographs / Institute of Latin American Stud) Paperback – January 1, 1985


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This superb study is a major contribution to scholarship on Mexican political culture. In a jargon-free, engaging style, Camp adapts Charles Kadushin's approach in The American Intellectual Elite ( LJ 8/74) to examine the structure of Mexican intellectual life. Utilizing comprehensive empirical data and a fine sense of the social and political environment, he explores intellectuals' social roles, recruitment patterns, and relationship with the state. Camp treats such themes as state censorship, divisions within the intellectual community, and current opportunities for an expanded political role for members of this elite group. The volume should serve as a basis for future comparative studies of intellectuals' roles in Third World countries. Highly recommended for academic libraries.Virginia L. Muller, Political Science Dept . , Univ. of San Diego
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Roderic Ai Camp is McKenna Professor of the Pacific Rim at Claremont McKenna College.
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