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Red, white, and green : the maturing of Mexicanidad, 1940-1946

Author: Michael Nelson Miller
Publisher: El Paso, Tex. : Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso, ©1998.
Series: Southwestern studies (El Paso, Tex.), no. 107.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The preeminent social, political, and public policy of the sexennium of Manuel Avila Camacho (1940-1946) was called avilacamachismo. Avilacamachismo was an attempt on the part of the state to create a mass media-based cultural nationalism rooted in loyalty to Mexican personalities who embodied the experience of their history in the artifacts of their creativity. Any understanding of modern Mexico is impossible  Read more...
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Miller, Michael Nelson, 1942-
Red, white, and green.
El Paso, Tex. : Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso, ©1998
(OCoLC)656846353
Named Person: Manuel Avila Camacho; Manuel Avila Camacho
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Nelson Miller
ISBN: 087404278X 9780874042788
OCLC Number: 40833015
Description: viii, 227 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Life among the Elite in Chile and Brazil / Maria Graham 2. Peregrinations of a Self Proclaimed Pariah / Flora Tristan 3. Women's Lives in Midnineteenth Century Mexico / Fanny Calderon De La Barca 4. A Swedish Novelist in the New World / Fredrika Bremer 5. A Parisian in a Slavocrat Society / Adele Toussaint Samson 6. A Naturalist's Wife and Educator in Brazil / Elizabeth Agassiz 7. A German Schoolteacher in Brazil / Ina von Binzer 8. Keeping House in Northern Mexico / Fanny Chambers Gooch 9. A Wellesley Graduate's Travels in Guatemala / Helen Sanborn 10. A Naval Captain's Wife on Tour / Marguerite Dickins Nineteenth Century Female Travel Accounts of Latin America Selected Titles on Women in Nineteenth Century Latin America.
Series Title: Southwestern studies (El Paso, Tex.), no. 107.
Responsibility: by Michael Nelson Miller.
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"The preeminent social, political, and public policy of the sexennium of Manuel Avila Camacho (1940-1946) was called avilacamachismo. Avilacamachismo was an attempt on the part of the state to create a mass media-based cultural nationalism rooted in loyalty to Mexican personalities who embodied the experience of their history in the artifacts of their creativity. Any understanding of modern Mexico is impossible without reference to this era and this administration, and understanding this era is not possible without reference to culture."--BOOK JACKET.

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