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Governors, Billionaires, Drug Cartels and Mexican Democracy
@ UC Berkeley (2007-10-23)
tags: mexico politics [add tags]
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Mexican presidents are still believed to be all-powerful. That myth has to be corrected. Huge chunks of presidential power have been chiseled away by different governmental and social actors. Professor Aguayo will examine the new distribution of power and its consequences for democracy.

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