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Myths and [mis] perceptions: changing U.S. elite visions of Mexico

Myths and [mis] perceptions: changing U.S. elite visions of Mexico

Aguayo, Sergio

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English. History. Electronic books.
1998

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ISBN: 1878367366, 9781878367365
Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-412) and index.
Note: Print version record.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 423 pages) : illustrations.
System: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Series: U.S.-Mexico contemporary perspectives series ; 10
Subject: Mexico Foreign public opinion, American History 20th century.; Elite (Social sciences); Public opinion, American.; Beeldvorming.; United States Foreign relations Mexico.; Elite (Social sciences) United States.; Mexico Politics and government 1988-2000.; Mexico Politics and government 1946-1970.; Buitenlandse betrekkingen.; Mexico.; HISTORY / Latin America / Mexico; Mexico Politics and government 1970-1988.; Diplomatic relations.; Mexico Foreign relations United States.; Elites.; Politics and government; United States.
Restrictions: Use copy Restrictions unspecified
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.]: HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
Series Title: U.S.-Mexico contemporary perspectives series ; 10.

Contents

  1. 1.

    1. Methods and Objectives
  2. 2.

    1. Ideas and Institutions in the United States
  3. 3.

    1. The Understanding between Mexico and the United States
  4. 4.

    1. Mexico and the United States during the Cold War
  5. 5.

    1. Presidential Summits
  6. 6.

    1. Four Facets of the Relationship
  7. 7.

    1. The Myth of Mexican Democracy
  8. 8.

    1. Economic Optimism
  9. 9.

    1. The United States in Transition
  10. 10.

    1. Mexico's Two Dimensional Foreign Policy
  11. 11.

    1. Economy, Consciousness, Nationalism, and Hegemony
  12. 12.

    1. Reappraising Mexico's Political System
  13. 13.

    1. Journalists, Academics, and Graduate Students
  14. 14.

    1. Luis Echeverria: Hope, Then Crisis
  15. 15.

    1. Jose Lopez Portillo: Renewed Hope
  16. 16.

    1. The 1982 Crisis and Its Consequences
  17. 17.

    1. The Technocrats Arrive
  18. 18.

    1. The Death of the Mexican Revolution
  19. 19.

    1. The Reign of Neoliberalism
  20. 20.

    1. The United States and Mexican Nationalism.