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Rebel Mexico : student unrest and authoritarian political culture during the long sixties

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

p.339 (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LA428.7 .P44 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10228808

Keywords:

Mexico--Politics and government--1946-1970, Political culture--Mexico--History--20th century, Student movements--Mexico--History--20th century, Students--Political activity--Mexico--History--20th century

Abstract:

Contents: Part I. Prelude to the sixties : youth unrest and resistance to postwar "national identity." Conflicting interpretations of Mexico's "economic miracle" -- Fun and politics in postwar Mexico -- Part II. The rise of Mexico's "student problem" and the consolidation of "charrismo estudiantil" in the early sixties. "¿Manos extrañas?" : the 1956 student protest and the "crisis" of authority -- The reestablishment of authority -- The 1958 student movement and the origins of Mexico's New Left -- Student unrest and response in the aftermath of the Cuban Revolution -- Part III. Contested notions of revolution. "No more fun and games": from porristas to porros -- Conservative Mexican exceptionalism : body politics and the "wound" of '68.

Publication Language:

eng