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Carranza y los Estados Unidos. Unas relaciones difíciles vistas desde España

AuthorsSevilla Soler, Rosario
Keywordsinternational relationship
Mexican Revolution
Public Opinion
Issue DateJun-2008
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationAnuario de Estudios Americanos 65(1):(2008)
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to show a view of the relation between one of the most relevant leaders of the Mexican Revolution and the United States. It isn’t a historical analysis but a report on how American interferences in Mexican affairs was seen from a Spanish region (Andalucía), istorically linked with America. Actually, it is an approach to the image that Spanish society, and mostly the Sevillian one, had of those relations. And we’ll try to do it, through the only media available: local newspapers (and those which came from Madrid as a result of subscriptions), and the writings of some contemporary ntellectuals concerned with the matter.
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