Critical Currents in Latin American Perspectives Series
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
4 black & white illustrations, 7 black & white halftones, 9 tables
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: Coordinates of Revolution, State, and Uneven Development in Modern Mexico Part I: Constructing Revolution and State in Modern Mexico Chapter 2: Mexican Revolution, Primitive Accumulation, Passive Revolution Chapter 3: Capital Accumulation, State Formation, and Import Substitution Industrialization Chapter 4: Neoliberalism and Structural Change within the Global Political Economy of Uneven Development Part II: Contesting Revolution and State in Modern Mexico Chapter 5: Intellectuals and the State: A Critical Social Function or in the Shadow of the State? Chapter 6: The Political Economy of Democratization and Democratic Transition Chapter 7: Uneven Agrarian Development and the Resistance of the EZLN Chapter 8: Conclusion: Permanent Passive Revolution? Epilogue: Telescoping Passive Revolution Bibliography
Adam David Morton is professor of political economy in the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney.