Los Angeles, CA, Wayside Press, 1919. Hardcover. viii, 251p., boards. Good. Item #104216
This historical work examines the negative affects of The Constitution of 1917, on the Mexican nation and its relationship with The United States. Specifically, violations of religious freedoms, lack of educational and economic development and inequalities produced among differnet social classes produced by The Constitution of 1917 are major topics of discussion. The author was in exile and had published articles in the Revista Mexicana in San Antonio, Texas.