Index
Agrarian Structure and Political Power, 116
n.18
Aleman, ´ Miguel, 97, 204–7, 212
Almazan, ´ Juan, 70, 99, 118, 224–25
Anarchism, 143–44, 150, 159
anthropology: research on ethnic normative
systems, 26–29
army, Mexican, 68, 73
authoritarianism: of the Left, 21–22, 139–79,
183–88, 196–99, 209–12; of the pri, viii, 8–
14, 16, 19, 21–22, 26–29, 31–33, 35–38, 45–
46, 62–63, 65–77, 82–83, 86–89, 92, 95, 102,
108, 111, 115–19, 125–28, 133–36, 160–79,
196–98, 216–20, 223–26
autonomy, 23, 29–38, 41–42, 49–50, 229–33;
as postdemocratic form of legitimation, 23,
29–38, 49–50, 232–33. See also legitima-
tion; state, Mexican
Avila
´
Camacho, Manuel, 71, 125, 206–7, 225
axolotl, 6, 53–54
Azcarraga, ´ Emilio, 100–101, 174 n.23
banks, 74–77, 79–89; nationalization of, 74,
80–81, 87–88, 108
Bell, Daniel, 184–85
Berlin Wall, fall of, ix, 17, 47–48, 62, 161, 174,
181, 186, 216–17. See also socialism
Bobbio, Norberto, 92 n.5, 184
border, ix, 11, 13–14, 44–50, 62, 229
Borges, Jorge Luis, viii, 157 n.2
bourgeoisie. See class
Braudel, Fernand, 53
cacique, 34, 73, 112, 114–15, 117–18, 133–36.
See also authoritarianism; Partido Revoluc-
ionario Institucional (pri)
Cage of Melancholy, The, 6, 21, 51–58, 62,
165 n.12
Calles, Plutarco Elıas, ´ 68–69, 115
Camacho Solıs,
´
Manuel, 18–19, 162–64
Campa, Valentın,
´
91 n.4, 207–10, 215
canacintra. See National Chamber of Man-
ufacturing Industries
Cantınflas ´ (Mario Moreno), 218
Cardenas, ´ Cuauhtemoc, ´ 21, 107, 123, 174–77,
179, 225
Cardenas, ´ Lazaro, ´ 23, 66, 69–70, 86, 97, 108,
115, 123–24, 125, 204, 206–7, 224–25
Cardenism (Cardenismo), 69–70, 115, 123–
24, 168–70, 174–77, 204, 224–25, 228
Carranza, Venustiano, 69, 97, 99
Castaneda, ˜ Jorge G., 15 n.1, 19 n.7, 51, 174
n.24, 228 n.2
Catholic Church, 17–18, 24, 68; Cristeros
and, 70, 94, 123–24, 224; fusion of civil and
religious authorities in indigenous commu-
nities, 31; political parties and, 92–95, 225,
232; revolutionary state and, 71–72, 92–95,
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