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eBook The Mexican Government Today epub
  • ISBN: 0816669465
  • Author: William Tucker
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; MINNE edition (January 1, 1957)
  • Pages: 496 pages
  • ePUB size: 1385 kb
  • FB2 size 1431 kb
  • Formats docx lrf mbr lrf


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The Mexican Government Today was first published in 1957

The Mexican Government Today was first published in 1957.

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The Mexican Government Today. Book Description: The Mexican Government Today was first published in 1957. By William P. MORE BY Henry L. Roberts. A solid treatise on the organization and operation of the Mexican Government. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1957.

Things got awkward fast when Tucker Carlson asked a Mexican official . And I wonder if a government takes that position, that it’s sending foreign nationals to your country. That is a hostile act.

Mexican immigrants to the United States are going to keep one foot in Mexico.

The Mexican Government Today was first published in 1957.In spite of the fact that Mexico is our nearest Latin American neighbor and is of substantial importance to the United States politically and commercially, no general treatise on Mexico’s government and politics has been available until now. This book, therefore, fills a real need, both for college students of the subject and for businesspeople, foreign service officials, and others who need accurate, up-to-date information about Mexico. As J. Lloyd Mecham, professor of government at the University of Texas, points out, this is “a sound and comprehensive book which will add greatly to our understanding of the Mexican government.”Professor Tucker describes all the important aspects of the national government’s structure and functions and shows how the Mexican national government resembles and differs from our own. He also discusses the government of the Mexican states, the localities, and the Federal District (which corresponds to our District of Columbia).Broader in scope than most textbooks on the government of a foreign country, the volume includes material on the institutional history and the social and economic life of the country. There are sections of several chapters each on public utilities and public works, agriculture, and social services, as well as an introductory section which sketches the background of the land and its people. In a summary chapter the author evaluates the progress of the Mexican government and society as a developing democracy which borrows important features from other countries and also makes interesting contributions of its own.
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