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Author: David A. Shirk
ISBN: 1588262707
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 279 pages
Publisher Lynne Rienner Pub; New ed. edition (January 1, 2005)
Language English
Category: Politics
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eBook Mexico's New Politics: The Pan And Democratic Change download

by David A. Shirk


The book shows how PJ's fluid internal structure allowed it to adapt and transform itself from a union-dominated populist party into a vehicle for carrying out radical market-oriented economic reforms.

Ensayos sobre el PAN. Mexico City: Porrua. Middlebrook, Kevin J. 2001. Party Politics and the Struggle for Democracy in Mexico: National and State-Level Analyses of the Partido Acción Nacional. San Diego: Center for . Mexican Studies, University of California. From Martyrdom to Power: The Partido Acción Nacional in Mexico. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. Reveles Vásquez, Francisco.

Mexico's new politics: the PAN and democratic change. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2005. Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis through 2010. Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis through 2014. K Heinle, C Molzahn, DA Shirk. San Diego: University of San Diego Justice in Mexico Project, 2015. The beheading of criminal organizations and the dynamics of violence in Mexico. G Calderón, G Robles, A Díaz-Cayeros, B Magaloni. Mexico's New Politics: The PAN and Democratic Change. In setting the stage for Fox's triumph, the PAN veered from outright opposition to the authoritarian Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) to collaboration in return for democratizing reforms. But the party leadership failed to build on victories in local elections to reach out beyond its middle-class Catholic base, so the more flexible Fox ran as a semi-independent.

Mexico's New Politics book. Mexico s presidential elections in July 2000 brought victory to National Action Party (PAN) candidate Vicente Fox and also the hope of democratic change after decades of single-party rule

Mexico's New Politics book. Mexico s presidential elections in July 2000 brought victory to National Action Party (PAN) candidate Vicente Fox and also the hope of democratic change after decades of single-party rule. Tracing the key themes and dynamics of a century of political development in Mexico, David Shirk explores the evolution of the party that ultimately became the vehicle for Fox s success. Mexico's Victory: Vicente Fox and the Rise of the PAN. DA Shirk. Journal of Democracy 11 (4), 25-32, 2000.

Mexico's presidential elections in July 2000 brought victory to National Action Party (PAN) candidate Vicente Fox and also the hope of democratic change after decades of single-party rule. Tracing the key themes and dynamics of a century of political development in Mexico, David Shirk explores the evolution of the party that ultimately became the vehicle for Fox's success.

Mexican Context, CSIS Hemisphere Focus, January 23, 2004; a co-authored book titled Contemporary Mexican Politics (Rowman. Introduction: Mexico s Political Transformation. The Democratization of Mexican Politics. The Origins and Development of the PAN. The Rise of the PAN. Fox and Friends: The 2000 Presidentia. More).

a b Shirk, David A. (2004). Lynne Rienner Publishers. pp. 73, 74, 77. ISBN 1-58826-270-7. Lopez, George . Michael Stohl. Liberalization and Redemocratization in Latin America. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 19. ISBN 0-313-25299-8.

Mexico s presidential elections in July 2000 brought victory to National Action Party (PAN) candidate Vicente Fox and also the hope of democratic change after decades of single-party rule. Tracing the key themes and dynamics of a century of political development in Mexico, David Shirk explores the evolution of the party that ultimately became the vehicle for Fox s success. Shirk examines the factors that constrained democracy in postrevolutionary Mexico, as well as the protracted democratic transition that occurred over the last few decades. In the process, he shows that Fox s victory was also the triumph of a new Mexican politics in which voters, candidates, money, and media-driven campaigns not party leaders or machines drive political competition. Indeed, Fox s ability to bring democratic change to Mexico, Shirk demonstrates, has been fundamentally constrained by the very trends that brought him to power with enormous implications for Mexico s political present and future.
Shan
Who would have thought a book about a Mexican political party could be a page turner? But Shirk does a great job and uses fantastic anecdotes and historical expamples to paint a vivid picutre of a country in a state of political flux.
Siralune
I am reading this book for my Mexican Politics class and it is very interesting. The book arrived in excellent NEW condition.

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