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Mexico Between Hitler and Roosevelt: Mexican Foreign Relations in the Age of Lazaro Cardenas, 1934-1940 [Hardcover]

Friedrich E. Schuler

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The Reinstitutionalization of Postrevolutionary Mexican Foreign Relations (1920-1940)
3. An Overview: Mexico's Key Foreign Relations (1920-1936)
4. 1937: The Watershed of Cardenismo
5. Mexican Economic Self-Defense in a Closing International Market (1938-1940)
6. Mexican Diplomatic and Propagandistic Self-Defense on the Eve of World War II (1938-1940)
7. The Modernization of the Mexican Military under Cardenas: National Goals vs. Foreign Constraints (1934-1940)
8. From Cardenas to Avila Camacho: The Rise of a Conservative Developmental Strategy, the Almazan Rebellion, and the Presidential Inauguration of 1940
9. Conclusion: Two Themes in Mexican Foreign Relations between 1934 and 1940: Development and War
Selected Bibliography
About the Book and Author

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