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hahn vocab: mexico
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opposition to the political power of religious institutions or the clergy, focused on Catholic Church
A state in which interest groups become an institutionalized part of the state structure.
Land granted by Mexican government to an organized group of peasants.
Factories that produce goods for export, often located along the US-Mexican border.
An economic system that is primarily capitalistic but in which there is some degree of government ownership of the means of production.
Career-minded bureaucrats who administer public policy according to a technical rather than a political rationale.
Network of business transactions that are not reported and therefore not included in the country's GDP and official economic projection., not regulated or taxed by the government
Import Substitution Industrialization
an economic system that attempts to strengthen a country's industrial power by restricting foreign imports.
NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement)
An agreement for free and open trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico
A forceful, extra-constitutional action resulting in the removal of an existing government.
population descended from the original inhabitants of the Americas, present prior to the Spanish Conquest
A person of mixed white, indigenous, and sometimes African descent.
The six year term in office of Mexican presidents, governors and senators.
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