Mexico

Between Two Worlds: Mexico at the Crossroads

Mexico has undergone a dramatic transformation in the last twenty years. The end of one-party rule, an effort to embrace globalization, and the growth of the drug trade have led to profound changes in Mexican society. Mexico's historical experience and unique cultural heritage continue to shape and inform Mexican society. Between Two Worlds: Mexico at the Crossroads brings Mexico's national identity and history into sharper focus for high school students. Students are asked to see the world from the perspective of Mexican citizens and to consider current issues Mexico faces in the areas of economic development, political reform, and foreign relations.

Introduction: Mexico in the 21st Century

Part I: Mexico’s Beginnings

Part III: Mexico Since 1990

Mexico: Videos for Lessons

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