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In the months before the passage of the landmark NAFTA treaty, Judith Adler Hellman, a leading authority on Mexican politics, went into the homes and workplaces of ordinary Mexicans. In bringing us their vivid, personal stories, Hellman puts a human face on the political and economic transformations currently under way in this rapidly changing country.
Posted July 25, 2002
Mexican Lifes truely show Mexico as it is and came to be today. This book is very informitive and at times, I found myself falling asleap to it. If I wasn't required to read it, I probably wouldn't have. Mexican Lifes succeedes in showing the hell-hole that Mexico is in. Mexican Lives did enlighten me to the hardships and strugles that many people south of the border have.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.