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Publication Timeline. A la sombra de la Revolucion Mexicana, now available in English as In the Shadow of the Mexican Revolution, offers a sweeping account of Mexico's history since seventy-nine years of change and continuity, innovation and reiteration. It covers the Mexican Revolution itself, the gradual consolidation of institutions, the Cardenas regime, the "Mexican economic miracle" and its subsequent collapse, and the recent transition toward a new historical period. Both authors are vigorous and influential commentators on contemporary events in Mexico, and both have political influence although they deliver it in different ways: Aguilar Camin defends the current regime, while Meyer critiques it.

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Mexican Public Intellectuals pp Cite as. All major radio and television networks recruit intellectuals as opinion makers and as hosts of nightly news shows, while local and national newspapers grant them a daily forum in their op-ed sections. Intellectuals have even reached high spheres of government and civil society: many founding figures of the Federal Electoral Institute IFE came from intellectual ranks, and writers, critics, commentators, and scholars have served in positions ranging from diplomatic outposts to local and federal cabinet offices.

The fact that a poet, of all people, is able to attain such a public status in a country where most relatives and loved ones of the thousands of victims of crime and drug violence have been silenced, ignored, or even criminalized, attests to the power and the symbolic aura still enjoyed by the intellectual class.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available. Advertisement Hide. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Mexico City: Cal y Arena, Google Scholar. La guerra de Galio. La tragedia de Colosio. Mexico City: Alfaguara, La ceniza y la semilla. Morir en el Golfo. Pensando en la izquierda.

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Mexican Public Intellectuals pp Cite as. All major radio and television networks recruit intellectuals as opinion makers and as hosts of nightly news shows, while local and national newspapers grant them a daily forum in their op-ed sections. Intellectuals have even reached high spheres of government and civil society: many founding figures of the Federal Electoral Institute IFE came from intellectual ranks, and writers, critics, commentators, and scholars have served in positions ranging from diplomatic outposts to local and federal cabinet offices. The fact that a poet, of all people, is able to attain such a public status in a country where most relatives and loved ones of the thousands of victims of crime and drug violence have been silenced, ignored, or even criminalized, attests to the power and the symbolic aura still enjoyed by the intellectual class. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.

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Permissions : This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3. Please contact mpub-help umich. For more information, read Michigan Publishing's access and usage policy. If we think about the subject of radical politics in Mexico, a radical politics that would escape the parameters of the liberal order so as to profoundly change the structure of Mexican politics — one of the first steps to take is to evaluate the reasons for its intermittent non-existence and its persistent failure. This essay was central to the gradual breakdown of Mexican liberal intellectuals within the PRI. Curiously, the precise constitutional topic that interests Krauze is the delamadrista position of establishing popular sovereignty based on article 39 of the Constitution of , which, as the ex-president reminds us, does nothing more than reproduce the same article of the Leyes de Reforma, thereby suggesting the existence of an unfulfilled political promise that dates back to the nineteenth century.

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