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. . . he fails to explain satisfactorily why supposedly conflict-averse Mexicans so frequently resort to the ultimate kind of conflict: chopping off a head or putting a bullet in it.Read Full Review of Manana Forever?
The most confounding term Castañeda applies to the Mexican is "individualism."Read Full Review of Manana Forever?
Although not all readers will accept Castañeda’s core thesis. . .Mañana Forever is brimming with lively observations on all things Mexico.Read Full Review of Manana Forever?
. . .despite its weaknesses Mañana Forever? deserves. . .prompt serious debate.Read Full Review of Manana Forever?
In whining about the “lack of modernity” among the Mexican popular classes, Castañeda goes seriously astray.Read Full Review of Manana Forever?
Castaneda’s insights into native Mexican insularity and paranoia enlighten--- sometimes brilliantly. Otherwise, take two aspirin.Read Full Review of Manana Forever?
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