The Hispanic American historical review May, 1977 volume 57 number 2
Durham: Duke University Press, 1977. Pp.205-400, plain printed journal wraps; some trivial crimping and small light bump, but quite clean. Karen Remmer "The timing, pace and sequence of political change in Chile, 1891-1925" about 25p.; Franklin Knight "Origins of wealth and the sugar revolution in Cuba, 1750-1850" about 22p.; Sheldon Maram "Railroads, coffee, and the growth of big business in Sao Paulo, Brazil" about 18p.; T. G. Powell "Priests and peasants in central Mexico: social conflict during 'La Reforma'" about 16p. Also book reviews. (Inventory #: 95419)
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