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  • Author:
    Colin M. MacLachlan
  • ISBN:
    0131460102
  • ISBN13:
    978-0131460102
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall; Combined edition (January 1994)
  • Pages:
    496 pages
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    Humanities
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El Gran Pueblo examines national boundaries not as barriers, but as the setting of complex interactions, resulting in the convergence of cultures; and, in doing so, reveals the Mexican experience not only in Mexico but in what i. .

El Gran Pueblo examines national boundaries not as barriers, but as the setting of complex interactions, resulting in the convergence of cultures; and, in doing so, reveals the Mexican experience not only in Mexico but in what is today the southwestern United States. Again, we received considerate help in interpreting recent events in Mexico from Rod Camp, the Philip M. McKenna Professor at Claremont McKenna College, and David Lorey, senior fellow at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

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El Gran Pueblo: A History of Greater Mexico by. Colin M. MacLachlan, William H. Beezley.

com User, December 12, 2000. This is not your ordinary, boring history of Mexico book. The reading flows very well. Learn everything: from the beginning of Cortez to Porfirio Diaz to Carlos Salinas. It will amaze you on how much information on Mexico they place in a 480+ page book. Great for history buffs like me. 0. Report.

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This title is out of print. MacLachlan, Tulane University. William H. Beezley, Tulane University. This book is appropriate for Mexican History, 19th Century Mexican History, and 20th Century Mexican History courses. Based on the belief that people-not institutions-make history, this narrative of the history of Mexican people examines the challenges they have faced since independence, telling the story of their resiliency and creative character during the years of political and economic change.

a history of greater Mexico. by Colin M. MacLachlan. Published 1994 by Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, . History, Mexico - History - 1810-. vol. 2. 1911-the present. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America. El Gran Pueblo: A History of Greater Mexico. MacLachlan and William H. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1999. The Hispanic Presence in North America: From 1492 to Today. Mexicanos: A History of Mexicans in the United States.

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Based on the belief that peopleâ?not institutionsâ?make history, this book looks at the challenges that the Mexican people have faced since independence, and tells the story of their resiliency and creative character during the years of political and economic change, resulting in a book that reveals the Mexican experience not only in Mexico, but in what is today the southwestern United States. Topically, this book examines national boundaries not as barriers, but as the setting of complex interactions resulting in the convergence of cultures. It discusses the Mexican experience according to the major political, economic, cultural, and social watersheds that have occurred through time. For employees in corporations and businesses that deal with Mexican trade, as it provides understanding of the Mexican people and their culture.


Xurad
Meet my expectations perfectly.
FEISKO
This book was clearly written for academics. It is very dense, and uses needlessly opaque language. I realize that history buffs may find this insightful, but as someone not already familiar with Mexican history, I found this to be irritatingly difficult to unpack. This was assigned reading for a history class I took, and I toiled through every chapter. Mercifully, we were also assigned The Mexico Reader: History, Culture, Politics (The Latin America Readers), which was WAY more engaging.

This was not an enjoyable introduction to Mexico.
Browelali
Excellent book. This is not your ordinary, boring history of Mexico book. The reading flows very well. Learn everything: from the beginning of Cortez to Porfirio Diaz to Carlos Salinas. It will amaze you on how much information on Mexico they place in a 480+ page book. Great for history buffs like me