Geo-Mexico: The Geography and Dynmics of Modern Mexico

By Richard Rhoda and Tony Burton Review by Felisa Rosa Rogers Growing up in a parochial school system, I was under the impression that the subject geography was limited to identifying countries by their shapes. Richard Rhoda and Tony Burton’s Geo-Mexico: The Geography and Dynamics of Modern Mexico drove the last nail in the coffin of my childhood misconception. Although it has its share of maps, the volume illustrates both the richness of geography as a field of study and […]

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