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Forced marches : soldiers and military caciques in modern Mexico / edited by Ben Fallaw and Terry Rugeley.

Contributor(s): Fallaw, Ben, 1966- | Rugeley, Terry, 1956-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2012Description: 1 online resource (vii, 277 pages, [12] pages of plates) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0816599424; 9780816599424.Subject(s): Militarism -- Social aspects -- Mexico | Militarism -- Political aspects -- MexicoAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Forced marches.DDC classification: 355.0097209/0/4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Redrafting history : the challenges of scholarship on the Mexican military experience / Terry Rugeley and Ben Fallaw -- An unsatisfactory picture of civil commotion : unpopular militias and tepid nationalism in the Mexican southeast / Terry Rugeley -- The mobile national guard of Guanajuato, 1855-1858 : military hybridization and statecraft in reforma Mexico / Daniel S. Haworth -- Behaving badly in Mexico City : discipline and identity in the presidential guards, 1900-1911 / Stephen Neufeld -- Heliodoro Charis Castro and the soldiers of Juchitán : indigenous militarism, local rule, and the Mexican state / Benjamin T. Smith -- Eulogio Ortíz : the army and the antipolitics of postrevolutionary state formation, 1920-1935 / Ben Fallaw -- Revolutionary citizenship against institutional inertia : Cardenismo and the Mexican Army, 1934-1940 / Thomas Rath -- Military caciquismo in the Priísta state : general Mange's command in Veracruz / Paul Gillingham -- Conclusion : reflections on state theory through the lens of the Mexican military / David Nugent.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Redrafting history : the challenges of scholarship on the Mexican military experience / Terry Rugeley and Ben Fallaw -- An unsatisfactory picture of civil commotion : unpopular militias and tepid nationalism in the Mexican southeast / Terry Rugeley -- The mobile national guard of Guanajuato, 1855-1858 : military hybridization and statecraft in reforma Mexico / Daniel S. Haworth -- Behaving badly in Mexico City : discipline and identity in the presidential guards, 1900-1911 / Stephen Neufeld -- Heliodoro Charis Castro and the soldiers of Juchitán : indigenous militarism, local rule, and the Mexican state / Benjamin T. Smith -- Eulogio Ortíz : the army and the antipolitics of postrevolutionary state formation, 1920-1935 / Ben Fallaw -- Revolutionary citizenship against institutional inertia : Cardenismo and the Mexican Army, 1934-1940 / Thomas Rath -- Military caciquismo in the Priísta state : general Mange's command in Veracruz / Paul Gillingham -- Conclusion : reflections on state theory through the lens of the Mexican military / David Nugent.

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Ben Fallaw is an associate professor of history and Latin American studies at Colby College. He has authored and co-edited several books, including Cárdenas Compromised: The Failure of Reform in Postrevolutionary Yucatán and Peripheral Visions: Politics, Society, and the Challenges of Modernity in Yucatán . Terry Rugeley is a professor of Latin American history at the University of Oklahoma. He recently received the Regents' Award for Superior Research. He is the author of five books, including Rebellion Now and Forever and Alone in Mexico: The Astonishing Travels of Karl Heller, 1845-1848 .

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