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  • A Gathering of Fugitives:American Political Expatriates in Mexico 1947-1965(154 clicks)
    A book by Diana Anhalt in pdf format. Leftist ex-patriates in Mexico.
  • Adolfo López Mateos(139 clicks)
    Andrea Holland's short biography of the president from 1958-64. López Mateos brought the world's attention to Mexico.
  • Andrew Reding, The Next Mexican Revolution(132 clicks)
    Prophetic article from the World Policy Journal, Fall 1996, heralding the rise of President Vicente Fox.
  • Before Democracy: Memories of Mexican Elections(139 clicks)
    The PRI and fraud
  • Calderon, Felipe(165 clicks)
  • Changing Models of Mexican Politics: A Review Essay [1976](132 clicks)
    Historiography of American writings on Mexican politics since 1945, noting the extent to which many of the scholars accepted the government's views.
  • Documents on Mexican Politics(149 clicks)
  • Double Dealing:Mexico's Foreign Policy Toward Cuba(149 clicks)
    Mexico played a double game by giving info to the US about Cuba while refusing to break relations with Cuba.
    por Silvia Mabel Novoa Zieseniss
  • Electoral Reform in Mexico's Hegemonic Party System:(162 clicks)
    Joseph L. Klesner, Kenyon College. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., 28-31 August 1997
  • Enrique Peña Nieto(181 clicks)
    Mexican President, 2012-2018
  • Enrique Peña Nieto(146 clicks)
    President of Mexico, 2012-2018
  • Face to Face With the Military in Chiapas, Mexico(143 clicks)
    By Marc Becker
  • George Baker, Chiapas Diary(145 clicks)
    Baker, a scholar and consultant, was in Mexico when the rebellion began in Chiapas in January, 1994. He made notes. Interesting account from one who has a lot of experience in Mexico.
  • Harry Cleaver, The Uses of an Earthquake(136 clicks)
    The political consequences of the government's mishandling of the crisis caused by the 1985 earthquake.
  • High Hopes, Baffling Uncertainty(157 clicks)
    The election that brought Miguel de la Madrid's successor to power was clearly fraudulent. On July 6, 1988, when the first results began to arrive at the interior ministry's office on Avenida Bucareli, a shockingly high proportion was marked for the main opposition candidate. He was Cuauhtemoc Cárdenas, son of former President Lázaro Cárdenas, the most left-wing and, along with Benito Juárez, the most honest president in Mexican history.
  • José López Portillo(147 clicks)
    Obit, The New York Times February 18, 2004, of controversial president
  • José López Portillo and the Crash of 1976(147 clicks)
  • LITEMPO: The CIA's Eyes on Tlatelolco(153 clicks)
    CIA Spy Operations in Mexico. National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 204
  • Manuel Avila Camacho(132 clicks)
    By Lindon Ratliff
  • Mexico Before the World, 1927(145 clicks)
    Public Documents and Addresses of [President] Plutarco Elias Calles
  • Mexico's 1968 Massacre: What Really Happened?(247 clicks)
  • Mexico: 1995 Presidential Cabinet(127 clicks)
  • Money, Murder & Mexico(158 clicks)
    The rise and fall of the Salinas brother. A Frontline production
  • Nixon on Echeverría(142 clicks)
    The Nixon Tapes: Secret Recordings from the Nixon White House on Luis Echeverría and Much Much More by Kate Doyle (
  • Notes on Manuel Avila Camacho and Miguel Alemán(138 clicks)
    Brief notes on the presidencies of Manual Avila Camacho and Miguel Alemán.
  • Octavio Fernández recuerda(131 clicks)
    Fascinating interview in Spanish
  • Odon de Buen, Remarks on Chiapas(130 clicks)
  • Official Report of Mexico's "Dirty War"(132 clicks)
    Government Acknowledges Responsibility for Massacres, Torture, Disappearances and Genocide National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 209 Posted - November 21, 2006
  • Oil and Revolution in Mexico(137 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Jonathan Brown
  • Operation Intercept: The perils of unilateralism(154 clicks)
    This new Electronic Briefing Book on Operation Intercept -- the Nixon government's unilateral attempt in 1969 to halt the flow of drugs from Mexico into the United States -- is the second to appear based on a collaboration between Proceso magazine and the National Security Archive and launched on March 2, 2003.
  • Partido Accion Nacional(139 clicks)
    Long in opposition, the party now has the Mexican presidency.
  • PRI Victory?(138 clicks)
    George Baker and Alfonso Galindo examine the multi-facted nature of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional.
  • Report Documents 18 Years of "Dirty War" in Mexico(143 clicks)
    Special Prosecutor: State Responsible for Hundreds of Killings, Disappearances
  • The 1968 Mexican Student Movement(142 clicks)
    Short analysis of what happened. A more comprehensive examination of this and other student movements can be found in Donald J. Mabry, The Mexican University and the State: Students Conflicts, 1910-1971 (College Station, Texas A&M University Press, 1982).
  • The Corpus Christi Massacre, 1971(150 clicks)
    The Corpus Christi Massacre Mexico's Attack on its Student Movement, June 10, 1971 by Kate Doyle (
  • The Deconstruction Of Mexican Politics(158 clicks)
  • The Political Network IN Mexico: Between Conflict and Stability(217 clicks)
    Paper by Samuel Schmidt, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Texas at El Paso
  • The Story of Carlos Salinas(136 clicks)
    Bryan Norman looks at the sad story of Mexico's president from 1988 to 1994.
  • The Turning Point of the PRI: An Analysis of the 1988 Presidential Election in Mexico(129 clicks)
    Louie Matrisciano analyzes the PRI and how it began to lose control in 1988.
  • Threads of Class at La Virgen(141 clicks)
    The Threads of Class at La Virgen: Misrepresentation and Identity at a Mexican Textile Mill, 1918–1935. CHRISTOPHER R. BOYER
  • Tlatelolco Massacre(153 clicks)
  • World Policy Institute: Mexico(145 clicks)
    Analytical articles and other resources
  • Writings of Subcommander Marcos of the EZLN(159 clicks)
  • Zapatistas in Cyberspace(138 clicks)
    "This website, therefore, contains both currently active connetions of various sorts as well as a "archive" of defunct sites and resources. It is a portal of sorts to one "space" of cyberspace, one piece of the emerging fabric of relationships that is challenging capitalist command and seeking alternative ways of being and relating, seeking to build new worlds, as the Zapatistas say. "
  • Zapatistas! Documents of the New Mexican Revolution(143 clicks)
    "!Zapatistas! contains the full, English language text of every communique published (along with several that were not published, as well as many interviews, letters, and essays) from the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) from December 31, 1994 through June 12, 1994."