Mexican Government in Transition

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Mexican Government in Transition

By Robert E. Scott
University of Illinois Press, 1959
333 pp. $5.75

A close study with a number of methodological and theoretical asides of the evolution of Mexico's system of government and politics over the last 50 years. The author is associate professor of political science at the University of Illinois.

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