"Distant Neighbours. A Portrait of the Mexicans"
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This paper shows how Ridings examines many different aspects of Mexican society, including the economy, the political system and culture. The author explains that the writer examines the nation's urgent problems and attempts to explain the historical basis for how Mexicans feel and think. The author eports that Ridings' main argument is that Mexico must resist Americanization and apply its own solutions to its own problems.
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