Flota Ocampo, Enrique
January 1993
Xipe Totek;ene-mar1993, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p62
Academic Journal
El artículo habla de la relación entre la Iglesia Católica y el Estado en México. En la historia mexicana, la independencia de instituciones estatales siempre era de mucha importancia. Sin embargo, la única institución que tenía el poder de influir al nivel nacional era la Iglesia Católica. En 1991, el Presidente Carlos Salinas anunció que quería modernizar esta relación y, luego, por ejemplo, prohibió que las iglesias interviñieran en la educación pública.


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