Politics and the Migrant Poor in Mexico City

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Politics and the Migrant Poor in Mexico City

By Wayne A. Cornelius
Stanford University Press, 1975
319 pp. $12.50
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In Latin America, migration to urban areas has proceeded more massively than anywhere else, leading to problems of assimilation and socialization that have enormous political consequences. The author examines these phenomena in six communities linked to Mexico City, and provides a detailed and exhaustive analysis.

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