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KIRKUS REVIEW

A compilation of material from ""the annual Seminars conducted in Mexico by the Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America"" -- now in its tenth year. The writers are all specialists in their particular fields. There are chapters on such varied subjects as The Key to the Mexican Chaos; Folkways and City Ways; Learning to Think Internationally; Economic Aspects of Mexico's Six Year Plan; The Six Year Plan in Education; Banking in Mexico; Revolutions; Mexican and Russian; Folk Dances; The Fiesta; The Novel; Some Mexican Poets, and so on. A running commentary on Mexico's past, present, and -- optimistically -- future. Intended for the internationally minded, rather than the prospective traveler, but a good background book for the latter. Not for casual pick-up.

Pub Date: April 2nd, 1935
Publisher: Covici, Friede