The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942 Page: 395
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Book Reviews 395
a unified picture of the folk culture of Yucatan. Nevertheless
this comparative method does give admirable insights into the
nature of the changes that have taken place.
This volume will be of interest not only to anthropologists and
sociologists, but also to historians, political scientists, and even
to Mexican politicians. In regard to the latter group, for in-
stance, Redfield is able to show why the ejido is not accepted
by the jungle communities of YucatAn. This book cannot be
ignored by those who wish to keep abreast of important social
changes now taking place in Mexico.
T. N. CAMPBELL.
The University of Texas.
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