The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 400
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
This study, which has been called a "dividend" of the author's
two volumes on the foreign relations of the Diaz period, is a
product of painstaking research in the manuscript depositories of
both the United States and Mexico. Cosio Villegas has thus suc-
ceeded to a large degree in substantiating his claim of presenting
a more balanced account of United States-Mexican relations than
such traditional studies as that of James Morton Callahan, for
example, who "did not use so much as a single Mexican docu-
The translator of this volume, Nettie Lee Benson of the Uni-
versity of Texas, is to be congratulated for making more available
to American readers the scholarship of Mexico's greatest living
historian. In the opinion of this reviewer, there are two major
shortcomings as to format: the footnotes should have been num-
bered; and the Key to Abbreviations should have been placed at
the beginning of the Notes. W. H. TIMMONS
Texas Western College
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