The observations of the late Octavio Paz, who wrote on American politics, history and culture in the 1980s, are relevant in understanding the U.S.-Mexico relationship in the political atmosphere of 2017, writes nonresident scholar Jesús Velasco.
Read "What Octavio Paz can tell us about U.S.-Mexico relations today" in the April 13, 2017, edition of TribTalk.
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