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dc.contributor.authorPiñeyro Piñeyro, José Luis
dc.date.issued1978
dc.identifier.citationPiñeyro Piñeyro, J. (1978). The mexican army and the state. Historical and political perspective. Reveu Internationale de Sociologie, 14, pp.111-157.
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11191/2983
dc.description.abstractOur central objective consists first in making a panoramic presentation of the Army as a cardinal organization in the conformation of Mexico's modern State and as a backup institution of the official party, which in turn occupies a great portion of the civil society; we will effect secondly, a detailed projection of certain profound professional changes which have occurred in the Army in answer to different forms of the class struggle and as a necessity of making it into a highly organized and cohesive organization of violence within the State. Simultaneously, we will reveaJ the importance which U.S. military assistance has played in those changes, as a source of organization al techniques as well as a training and technical-military equipment. We will underline a specific interaction among: class struggle-military professionalization·military aid of Imperialism.
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