Gu�a del Fondo de la Secretar�a de Gobernaci�n. Secci�n: Direcci�n de Investigaciones Pol�ticas y Sociales, 1920-1952

January 2009
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2009, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p184
Academic Journal
The article reviews a compact disc containing the document "Gu�a del Fondo de la Secretar�a de Gobernaci�n. Secci�n: Direcci�n de Investigaciones Pol�ticas y Sociales, 1920-1952" by Delia Salazar and Bego�a C. Hern�ndez and other documents related to Mexican politics from 1920 to 1952.


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