El Almanaque Mexicano by Sergio A. Quezada
Un Compendio Exhaustivo Sobre Mexico en un Lenguaje Accesible y Claro = The Mexican Almanac (Spanish Edition)

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Sergio Aguayo is a best-selling author of reference books in Mexico. This book covers topics such as: geography and the environment; history; indigenous groups; languages; religions; education, health and AIDS; military, intelligence services and police forces; narcotics, criminality and weapons trafficking; economy, transportation and communication; elections; executive, legislative and judicial powers; budgets; human rights; non-governmental organizations; geographical, demographic, economic, governmental and tourist data from each of the 32 states; migration to the U.S. and NAFTA. Also includes a directory of Embassies and Consulates, references, subject and name index.
 

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Published March 1, 2000 by Editorial Grijalbo (MX). 480 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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The book's strengths lie in the reliability of 418 cited sources, the handy subject index at the beginning of the book, the analytical alphabetical index at the end, and the clear typeset and excellent graphics on good-quality paper.

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