Integral Outsiders: The American Colony in Mexico City, 1876-1911 (review)

@article{Piccato2002IntegralOT,
  title={Integral Outsiders: The American Colony in Mexico City, 1876-1911 (review)},
  author={P. Piccato},
  journal={The Americas},
  year={2002},
  volume={58},
  pages={635 - 637}
}
Without a doubt, Basch's disdain for the Republic of Mexico often extended to the people of Mexico themselves. Throughout the pages of Basch's original diary, one finds frequent examples of the physician's nineteenth-century European perspective on the indigenous and mestizo peoples of Mexico. When the Mexican edition of Basch's work was published in 1870, Hilarion Frias y Soto, wrote a heated 150-page refutation of Basch's criticisms of Mexico and its people. Both Frias and Basch were men of… Expand
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