1st Edition

Mexico, Central, and South America: New Perspectives

    1750 Pages
    by Routledge

    This collection reprints in facsimile the most influential scholarship published in this field during the time of its most intensive growth--the last decade of the twentieth century.
    Available as single volumes or as a set:
    * Vol. 1: Economics
    350 pp*[ 0-8153-3693-4]
    * Vol. 2: Regimes
    350 pp*[0-8153-3694-2]
    * Vol. 3: Social Movements
    350 pp*[0-8153-3695-0]
    * Vol. 4: Political Parties
    350 pp*[0-8153-3696-9]
    * Vol. 5: Race and Ethnicity
    350 pp*[0-8153-3697-7]


    Jorge I. Domínguez is Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs and Harvard College Professor at Harvard University and is a member of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. He has authored and edited a number of works, including Essays on Mexico, Central, and South America (Garland, 1994), To Make a World Safe for Revolution: Cuba's Foreign Policy (Harvard University Press, 1989), Democracy and the Caribbean (Johns Hopkins, 1993), Democratic Politics in Latin America and the Caribbean (Johns Hopkins, 1999), Toward Mexico's Democratization (Routledge, 1999), and the forthcoming The United States and Mexico: Between Partnership and Conflict (Routledge).