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Urban Leviathan: Mexico City in the Twentieth Century

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Why, Diane Davis asks, has Mexico City, once known as the city of palaces, turned into a sea of people, poverty, and pollution? Through historical analysis of Mexico City, Davis identifies political actors responsible for the uncontrolled industrialization of Mexico's economic and social center, its capital city. This narrative biography takes a perspective rarely found in ...more
Hardcover, 391 pages
Published June 9th 1994 by Temple University Press
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