Social Movements in Mexico's Crisis

Citation:

Diane E. Davis. 1990. “Social Movements in Mexico's Crisis.” Journal of International Affairs, 43, 2, Pp. 343-367. Publisher's Version
Social Movements in Mexico's Crisis

Abstract:

In Mexico, deteriorating economic conditions and stringent austerity measures associated with the current debt crisis have generated widespread dissatisfaction and social protest, particularly among urban poor and middle classes. At the same time, austerity and economic crisis have reduced the fiscal resources available for accomodating social demands. This not only inspires more active opposition, it tends to exacerbate conflicts within the government over what concessions can and must be made to protesting forces.
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