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Free eBook The Reinvention of Mexico: National Ideology in a Neoliberal Era (Liverpool Latin American Studies) download ISBN: 1846314852
Author: Gavin O'Toole
Publisher: Liverpool University Press; 1 edition (January 15, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 302
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Subcategory: Humanities
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Article in Journal of Latin American Studies 43(04):824 - 826 · November 2011 with 19. .Managing Mexico: Economists from Nationalism to Neoliberalism. January 2002 · Foreign affairs (Council on Foreign Relations).

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The Reinvention of Mexico explores the ideological conflict between neoliberalism and nationalism that has been at the core of economic and political development in Latin America since the mid-1980s.

The Reinvention of Mexico explores the ideological conflict between neoliberalism and nationalism that has been at the core of economic and political developments in Latin America since the mid-1980s.

The Discursive Approach to Nationalism The study of nationalism has been riven by basic disagreements over definitions

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The Reinvention of Mexico explores the ideological conflict between neoliberalism and nationalism that has been at the core of economic and political developments in Latin America since the mid-1980s. It focuses on Mexico, which offers a unique opportunity to study one of the ruptures in 20th-century political thought that has come to define an era of unprecedented globalization.The book examines how neoliberals dismantling the statist economy in Mexico under President Carlos Salinas de Gortari (1988-94) confronted the dominant, official ideology upon which the country's development had hitherto been based: revolutionary nationalism. It also considers how intellectuals and the main political forces to the left and right of the PRI grappled with the issues generated by the climate of market reform, in a period when there appeared to be few ideological alternatives to it, and the broader effort to reconcile economic liberalism with revolutionary nationalism that Salinas was attempting.Showing that the case of Mexico during the 1990s had important implications for the study of nationalism, the book offers timely insights into national responses to globalization and the form taken by debates about the most appropriate vision of political economy in Latin America. The highly contested result of Mexico's 2006 election demonstrated the extent to which the fateful ideological conflict between neoliberalism and nationalism remains unresolved.