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010    00053208 
020    0520228081|q(cloth : alk. paper) 
020    0520228316|q(paperback: alk. paper) 
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050 00 JL1281|b.L49 2001 
082 00 320.972|221 
100 1  Levy, Daniel C.|0
245 10 Mexico :|bthe struggle for democratic development /
       |cDaniel C. Levy and Kathleen Bruhn, with Emilio ZebaduĂĄ. 
264  1 Berkeley :|bUniversity of California Press,|c2001. 
300    362 pages 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |g1.|tChanging Course of Development|g1 --|g2.|tLegacies 
       of Undemocratic Development|g35 --|g3.|tRise of Political 
       Competition|g66 --|g4.|tDifficult Democracy|g112 --|g5.
       |tState and the Market|g149 --|g6.|tMexico in a U.S.-Led 
       World|g180 --|g7.|tBilateral Issues|g211 --|g8.|tStruggle 
       for Democratic Development|g261. 
520    This engaging and cogently argued book provides a uniquely
       broad and accessible analysis of Mexico's contemporary 
       struggle for democratic development. Linking Mexico's 
       evolution to Mexico-U.S. and other international 
       considerations, Daniel C. Levy and Kathleen Bruhn, 
       collaborating with Emilio Zebadua, offer rich perspectives
       from both sides of the border. They examine the 
       relationship between democratization and economic change 
       in an internationalized setting. Linking events of recent 
       years -- including the most democratic presidential 
       election in Mexican history and a peaceful change of party
       rule -- to pivotal episodes of Mexico's past, the authors 
       focus on politics but also consider critical historical 
       and economic dimensions. 
520 80 Mexico: The Struggle for Democratic Development discusses 
       a variety of issues ranging from electoral reform and 
       accountability to drug trafficking and migration. With a 
       foreword by Lorenzo Meyer, the book considers the rapidly 
       changing role of Mexico's mass and elite groups, as well 
       as the media, the military, the Church, and influential 
       U.S. institutions. An analysis of the consequences of 
       Nafta brings this stimulating and informative study up to 
       the present. 
650  0 Democracy|zMexico.|0
651  0 Mexico|xPolitics and government|0
700 1  Bruhn, Kathleen,|d1963-|0
700 1  ZebadĂșa, Emilio.|0
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