Forced Marches: Soldiers and Military Caciques in Modern Mexico

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Forced Marches is a collection of innovative essays that analyze how the military experience molded Mexican citizens in the years between the initial war for independence in 1810 and the consolidation of the revolutionary order in the 1940s. The contributors--well-regarded scholars from the United States and the United Kingdom--offer fresh interpretations of the Mexican military, caciquismo, and the enduring pervasiveness of violence in Mexican society. Employing the approaches of the new military history, which emphasizes ...

Forced Marches: Soldiers and Military Caciques in Modern Mexico 2012, University of Arizona Press, Tucson

ISBN-13: 9780816520428

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