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The Mexican University and the State: Student Conflicts, 1910-1971

The Mexican University and the State: Student Conflicts, 1910-1971

By Donald J. Mabry

Texas A&M University Press, 1983, 328 pp.

A description of the relations of the Mexican state and the premier cultural institution in Mexico, the National Autonomous University of Mexico. The story is encouraging. The University has not come under government control and its students rarely revolt; few of them even advocate revolution. Complete and scholarly.