Dictionary of Mexican Rulers, 1325-1997

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 191 Seiten
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This user-friendly reference dictionary provides a quick guide to those who have governed Mexico from 1325 to 1997. It covers all rulers from the Aztec Empire to the current president, Ernesto Zedillo. The book provides an objective portrait of the political leadership and describes the circumstances surrounding major events. Arranged chronologically, with a glossary, appendixes, and name index, the book includes four main chapters--The Aztec Empire, The Conquest and Viceroyalty, From Independence to the DÍaz Dictatorship, and Revolution and Modern Mexico. Each chapter opens with a brief characterization of the period.

A practical guide to Mexico's long and complicated history, this book contains short biographical entries on each of the country's 185 rulers. Entries describe the main accomplishments and failures of each tenure. The book also includes an appendix describing Mexico's main plans, treaties, conspiracies, and constitutions.

 

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III
1
IV
11
V
55
VI
107
VII
143
VIII
147
IX
155
X
157
XI
159
XII
167
XIII
175
XIV
179
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Seite 176 - SA, 1982, 318 pp. Garrido, Luis Javier. El Partido de la Revolución Institucionalizada. Medio Siglo del Poder político en México. La Formación del Nuevo Estado (1 928-1 945).
Seite 178 - The Mexican Economic Debacle and the Labor Movement: A New Era or More of the Same?

Über den Autor (1997)

JUANA VÁZQUEZ-GÓMEZ is a freelance writer for publications such as the Los Angeles Times and LATINA Magazine and runs a translation service. She won the 6th annual Silver Feather Award for best travel story written in the Spanish language, published in the United States in 1981. She is author of Prontuario de Gobernantes de México, 1325-1989 (1989).

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