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POL 103: Mexico: Revolution, Democracy & Change   Tags: democracy, drug cartels, history, mexico, politics, revolution, violence  

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Mexican protesters holding signs

Political protest, Mexico 2006. photo by natarén used under Creative Commons license.

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FOREIGN NEWS IN TRANSLATION

 

SCHOLARLY ARTICLES & BOOKS

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sample news article from Mexican American newspaper

Historic Mexican & Mexican American Press Collection - 20 significant newspapers, 1850s-1970s, many in Spanish, published in the US and Mexico - from the University of Arizona Libraries

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