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21 June 2009

James Tipton (

Gods, Gachupines and Gringos no more resembles the typical “history of Mexico” book than a rushing river resembles a dried-up arroyo.

I was reading the book at the Lake Chapala Society in Ajijic this morning when a couple of buddies joined me. I told them about the book, and read them a few of the passages above as a little sampler. When I finished I looked up. They responded in unison, “Where can I buy a copy?”

Well… the nearest place to Lake Chapala is probably Sandi Bookstore (Av. Tepeyac # 718, Col. Chapalita, Guadalajara, Jalisco), though it can be bought by mail either direct from the publisher.

Or… here… or here.

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