Mexican Politics and Government
Three semester hours.
This course explores the roles of Mexican government institutions, state and local governments, political parties, the military, economic elites and social movements. The course analyzes the evolution of their relationships over time, as well as their influence on domestic and foreign choices. This course is held in conjunction with PSCI 4309 but requires additional graduate-level work assigned to students taking the course for graduate credit. Prerequisite: Admission to a graduate degree program, including the BA/MA. (Cross-listed with PSCI 4309)
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