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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

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6: Mexico by JOHN RETTIE Mexico holds a unique position among the Latin American republics. At the time of the Spanish Conquest its native Aztec culture was highly developed, while in this century its social and political revolution, with its emphasis on the Indian element, has been compared with those of France and Russia as setting a seal on all future history. Mr. Rettie discusses the development of modern Mexico and examines some of its contrasting aspects.
With readings by JOHN GLEN Produced by ADRIAN JOHNSON A booklet Is available
Previously broadcast on March 16

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Unknown: John Rettie
Unknown: John Glen
Produced By: Adrian Johnson

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

Network Three, 1 September 1965 18.30






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