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Mercyb AP Comparative Unit 3 Mexico
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Philosophy that aims to limit the power of the state and increase the power of the market and private property in an economy.
any country that wants its economy to grow should study the paths taken by the industrial nations, and logically they too can reap the benefits of modernization, or "westernization"
a model of economic and social development that explains global inequality in terms of the historical exploitation of poor nations by rich ones
a government policy that uses trade restrictions and subsidies to encourage domestic production of manufactured goods
Export oriented industrialization
A mercantilist strategy for economic growth in which a country seeks out technologies and develops industries focused specifically on the export market
the opening of the political system to greater participation; typically before a transition to democracy
a state within which the government has lost the ability to provide the most basic of public services
the term referring to mexico's economic development strategy that produced steady frowth from the 1940s to the 1970s
Institutional Revolutionary Party which dominated Mexican politics and claimed to represent all groups
the political doctrine that supports the rights and powers of the common people in their struggle with the privileged elite
a system in which the state provides specific benefits or favors to a single person or small group in return for public support.
Political cliques that serve as networks of personal loyalty at the country's most elite levels.
The liberal reformer who strongly influenced Mexican politics. He was elected president in 1861 and 1867.
The 35 years in which Díaz ruled Mexico are referred to as this term
farmland owned collectively by members of a rural community
back & forth effect between socialist reform and free-market economic development
A person of mixed Spanish and Native American ancestry.
general term for indigenous peoples of North America
Armed guerrilla movement in Mexico in the 1990s.
Human Development Index, measure of quality of life using factors like life expectancy, literacy, access to clean water, income, etc.
the six-year term that a Mexican president serves in office
state-controlled coporations created to undertake a broad range of activities such as marketing, banking, and transportation
Chamber of Deputies
The lower house of Mexico's legislature
Mexican plants that make goods and parts or process food for export to the United States
A trade agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico that encourages free trade between these North American countries.
Rapid economic and political change that transforms a country into a stable nation.
an economic and political system in which companies are privately owned but cooperate closely with the government
an ethnic minority speaking Mayan languages and living in Yucatan and adjacent areas
criminal organizations developed to control production and distribution of illicit drugs
President of Mexico, went up against Diaz, a political reformer, Within 2yrs he was murdered
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