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The Mexican Revolution: Federal expenditure and social change since 1910, by James W. Wilkie, with a foreword by Howard F. Cline.

2d ed. rev.. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970.
ISBN 0520015681, 9780520015685

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Subjects Condicoes Sociais.
Expenditures, Public.
Mexico -- Appropriations and expenditures.
Mexico -- Social conditions.
Mexiko -- Revolution.
Mexique -- Conditions sociales.
Mexique -- Crédits budgétaires et dépenses.
Pauvres -- Mexique.
Poor -- Mexico.
Social conditions
Description xxxi, 337 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-322).
Contents Part 1: The federal budget -- 1. Problem and method -- The problem -- The method -- 2. A resume of comparative presidential budgetary policies -- A quantitative summary since 1910 -- Four ideological periods -- 3. The political context of budgetary policy -- The ideology of political revolution -- The ideology of peaceful political revolution -- 4. The rise of the active state -- Transition: 1930-1933 -- The ideology of social revolution -- The ideology of economic revolution -- The ideology of balanced revolution -- 5. Administrative expenditure -- Military outlay -- Payments on the public debt -- Treasury Department expenditure -- Pensions -- Minor administrative expense -- 6. Economic expenditure -- Agriculture and irrigation -- Agriculture credit -- Communications and public works -- Investments -- Unclassified economic expenditure -- Minor economic expenditure -- 7. Social expenditure -- Education -- Public health, welfare, and assistance -- Expenditure on potable water and sewage disposal systems -- The creation of a labor department -- Indian affairs -- Unclassified social expenditure -- Part II. Social change -- 8. Indirect analysis of social change -- Presidential election results -- The right to strike -- Land distribution -- Economic modernization -- Social class changes -- 9. An index of poverty -- Definition of poverty -- Illiteracy -- Indian language -- Village Mexico -- Barefoot population -- Population wearing sandals -- Deficient dietary complex -- Population without sewage disposal -- Regional poverty index and level -- The standard view of regional Mexico -- 10. Federal policy and social change -- Analysis of expenditure and social change -- Decrease in the poverty index -- Economic change -- Social and economic change compared -- Government budgeting for social change -- Conclusion -- Appendices: -- A. The Mexican government's functional classification system -- B. Sources of Mexican budgets by year -- C. Dates of presidential terms since 1910 -- D. Key to shifts of categories in the Mexican budget -- E. Military expenditure in non-deflated pesos -- F. Sources of federal revenue in percentage terms for selected years, 1868-1963 -- G. A comparison of strikes and strikers in the United States and Mexico, 1927-1961 -- H. An alternative poverty index -- I. Poverty index and level analyzed by census (geo-economic) regions -- J. Gross national investment in selected years, 1940-1961 -- K. Population of Mexico by census, 1910-1960 -- L. federal budgetary outlay for roads, in percentage terms, 1925-1963 -- M. Estimated total federal debt, 1950-1963 -- Bibliographic essay -- Bibliography -- Index.
Geographic Area Mexico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)106342
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wilkie, James Wallace.
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