Mexican Political Biographies, 1935-2009: Fourth Edition (Llilas Special Publications)
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The Mexican Supreme Court has cited every biography of justices in the third edition as the basis of its biographies in the late 1980s.With updates of the existing biographies and appendices, plus almost 1,000 additional biographies, this fourth edition now features close to 3,000 entries and serves as a unique resource list of the chronological occupants of all leading national political posts. An added convenience is an accompanying CD that allows readers to search the biographies and appendices, enhancing the longevity, usefulness, and uniqueness of this edition.. The need for such information has become even more pronounced since Mexico's politic
Esssntial biographical volume william h. beezley Rod Camp's new edition of his biographical directory is an essential source for anyone dealing with historical or contemporary political leadership in Mexico. This work stands out because of Camp's careful attention to detail and his system of verifying biographies. The inclusion of a disk makes the material more rapidly and conveniently accessible. Because the inform. "Expensive but necessary" according to Monica M. Reyes. If you study mexican elites biographies (like me), you should have this book (as politicians in general should have The Prince)However it is difficult to manage the attached CD DATA (You can't even search by GENDER/AGE) and most of the elites are not the current Congress women/men. It maybe useful for historical studies.I expected more because of the price, it is stil
. Roderic Ai Camp is McKenna Professor of the Pacific Rim at Claremont McKenna College
About the Author Roderic Ai Camp is McKenna Professor of the Pacific Rim at Claremont McKenna College.