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e-Book Political Intelligence and the Creation of Modern Mexico, 1938–1954 download

e-Book Political Intelligence and the Creation of Modern Mexico, 1938–1954 download

by Aaron W. Navarro

ISBN: 0271037067
ISBN13: 978-0271037066
Language: English
Publisher: Penn State University Press; 1 edition (November 22, 2010)
Pages: 320
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Mexican politics in the twentieth century was dominated by two complementary paradigms: the rhetoric of the Mexican Revolution and the existence of an 'official' party has been added to your Cart.

Mexican politics in the twentieth century was dominated by two complementary paradigms: the rhetoric of the Mexican Revolution and the existence of an 'official' party. The Mexican Revolution has enjoyed a long and voluminous historiography; the 'official' party has not. While the importance of the Revolution as a historical period is self-evident has been added to your Cart.

Aaron Navarro’s excellent book should transform our understanding of how Mexican politics developed into the regime Mexico endured from World War II into the 1980s

Aaron Navarro’s excellent book should transform our understanding of how Mexican politics developed into the regime Mexico endured from World War II into the 1980s. For decades misconstrued by political scientists as well as the media, right, left, and center, this political system was not, Navarro shows, an extrapolation from the country’s revolutionary past or an old party’s perpetual rule through a new era, much less (as a Peruvian novelist once called it) ‘the perfect dictatorship

Navarro closes the book by tracing the state’s subsequent efforts to further limit dissent well beyond the domain of. .Citation: J. Brian Freeman.

Navarro closes the book by tracing the state’s subsequent efforts to further limit dissent well beyond the domain of electoral politics. During the late 1950s, intransigent and independent-minded labor leaders were replaced with PRI loyalists who came to be dubbed charros, thus closing off one of the remaining avenues for political dissent. And during the mid- to late 1960s student activism intensified, only to be brutally repressed by the state on the eve of the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

AARON NAVARRO'S EXCELLENT BOOK should transform our understanding of how Mexican politics developed into the regime Mexico endured from World War II into the 1980s. For decades misconstrued by political scientists as well as the media, right, left, and center, this political system was not, Navarro shows, an extrapolation from the country's revolutionary past, or an old party's perpetual rule through a new era, much less (as a Peruvian novelist once called it) & perfect dictatorship.

Aaron Navarro's excellent book should transform our understanding of how Mexican politics developed into the regime . For decades misconstrued by political scientists as well as the media, right, left, and center, this political system was not, Navarro shows, an extrapolation from the country's revolutionary past or an old party's perpetual rule through a new era, much less (as a Peruvian novelist once called it) & perfect dictatorship. It was improvised, contrived, and continually reformed between 1938 and 1954.

Aaron Navarro shows how the transformation of the PRM into the PRI, the removal of the military from electoral politics, the resettlement of younger officers in the intelligence services, and the inculcation of a new discipline among political elites all produced the conditions that allowed.

Aaron Navarro shows how the transformation of the PRM into the PRI, the removal of the military from electoral politics, the resettlement of younger officers in the intelligence services, and the inculcation of a new discipline among political elites all produced the conditions that allowed for the dominance of a single-party structure for decades.

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University Park, P. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2010. As Navarro rightly underscores, despite its absolute centrality to the course of modern Mexican history, the party that dominated Mexican politics at all levels for much of the twentieth century has rarely been an object of study. This curious historiographical gap has hampered scholarly interpretations of modern Mexico, as political, social, and cultural histories alike have tended to rely on overly facile analyses of the party's behavior without interrogating the nature of the party as an institution or adequately recognizing its adaptability and mutability over time.

Книга: Aaron W. Navarro Political Intelligence and the Creation of. Navarro Political Intelligence and the Creation of Modern Mexico, 1938-1954. Mexican politics in the twentieth century was dominated by two complementary paradigms: the rhetoric of the Mexican Revolution and the existence of an official party. This book traces the path of the party, founded as the Partido Nacional Revolucionario (PNR), through its reformation as the Partido de la Revolución Mexicana (PRM) in 1938 and then as the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) in 1946, which finally fell from power in 2000.

Mexican politics in the twentieth century was dominated by two complementary paradigms: the rhetoric of the Mexican Revolution and the existence of an “official” party. The Mexican Revolution has enjoyed a long and voluminous historiography; the “official” party has not. While the importance of the Revolution as a historical period is self-evident, the development of a party based on the political aspirations of the surviving revolutionary elites has not generally sparked as much historical interest. This book traces the path of the party, founded as the Partido Nacional Revolucionario (PNR), through its reformation as the Partido de la Revolución Mexicana (PRM) in 1938 and then as the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) in 1946, which finally fell from power in 2000. Aaron Navarro shows how the transformation of the PRM into the PRI, the removal of the military from electoral politics, the resettlement of younger officers in the intelligence services, and the inculcation of a new discipline among political elites all produced the conditions that allowed for the dominance of a single-party structure for decades.

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