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As a portrait, New York Times correspondent Riding's picture of Mexico is DISTANT NEIGHBORS: Portrait of the Mexicans by Alan Riding. This is the impression conveyed by Alan Riding`s excellent description of the complex nation to the south of the Rio Grande. A reporter there. A former Mexico City bureau chief for the New York Times, Riding shows Distant Neighbors. Alan Riding, Author Vintage Books USA $ (p) ISBN.
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As a result, private investment slowed to a trickle, and the Mexican middle class responded by taking large amounts of their money out of the economy, exchanging pesos for dollars.
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Each new president takes office amid this purifying rite, dragging his retinue in with him.