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Garcia-Gorena, Velma. Mothers and the Mexican Antinuclear Power Movement. Tucson, AZ, University of Arizona Press, 1999. 187 p. (Society, environment, and place)
Book call no.: 327.17470972 G215m
Contested Terrain: The U.S.-Mexico Borderlands. NACLA Report on the Americas 33:13-45 November-December 1999.
Seven articles on the economic and social problems along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Fox, Jonathan. State-Society Relations in Mexico: Historical Legacies and Contemporary Trends. Latin American Research Review 35, no. 2:183-203 2000.
Mexico in the 1990s: Economic Crisis, Social Polarization, and Class Struggle. Latin American Perspectives 28:5-147 July 2001.
Part 2: Six articles that examine "the ways in which Mexicans from diverse walks of life are responding to the country's ongoing crises."
Phillip, George. Democratisation and Social Conflict in Mexico. Conflict Studies, 318, pp 1-21, May 1999.
Conniff, Michael L. Panama and United States: The Forced Alliance. 2nd ed. Athens, GA, University of Georgia Press, 220 p.
Book call no.: 327.7307287 C752p 2001
Morris, Stephen D. and Passe-Smith, John. What a Difference a Crisis Makes: NAFTA, Mexico, and the United States. Latin American Perspectives 28:124-149 May 2001.
Effect of the Mexican economic crisis of 1994-95 on U.S.-Mexican relations.
Rabellotti, Roberta. Recovery of Mexican Cluster: Devaluation Bonanza or Collective Efficiency? World Development 27:1571-1585 September 1999.
Thacker, Strom C. NAFTA Coalitions and the Political Viability of Neoliberalism in Mexico. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 41:57-89 Summer 1999.
Widening Destruction: Drug War in the Americas. NACLA 35:12-51 Eleven articles on the drug war throughout the Americas
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