Douglas Fir, a Californian, is a true world traveler having spent time in literally scores of countries on five continents. With degrees (including one in geography) from both San Francisco and Humboldt State Universities, Douglas has traveled widely in Mexico since the 1950s. Now retired, he and his wife spend every winter in Mexico in the small village of San Pancho on the Nayarit coast.
“…the book is a masterpiece…. It makes such a good textbook, I can’t imagine that it wouldn’t catch fire in Latin American Studies Programs everywhere they’re taught in English. “
“One of the things that makes it so engaging is how well it reads, how accessible and interesting it is.”
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