4 edition of Mexico Through Foreign Eyes found in the catalog.
Mexico Through Foreign Eyes
by W. W. Norton & Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Carole Naggar (Editor), Fred Ritchin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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AMERICA THROUGH FOREIGN EYES and Castañeda—the global professor of political science and Latin American studies at NYU who served as the foreign minister of Mexico from to —is a rather avuncular critic of many aspects of American society.
Via his meandering notes on the middle class, humor, "dysfunctional" democracy, racial Get this from a library. México through foreign eyes, visto por ojos extranjeros. [Carole Naggar; Fred Ritchin;] -- " A tribute to Mexico, to its land, its powerful histories constantly roiling and enriching its present, its people and their multifaceted, profound embrace of the spirit"--From publisher Video created by Rice University for the course "America Through Foreign Eyes".
The United States has always been a source of fascination for the people of Mexico. Mexican observers and travelers are rarely indifferent to American culture and Get this from a library. México through foreign eyes, visto por ojos extranjeros.
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