Political Elites in Mexico, 1900-1971 - Data Available
The Data and Program Library Service is pleased to announce the addition of the following dataset to our Web-based Online Data Archive.
DATA AVAILABILITY ANNOUNCEMENT
TITLE: Political Elites in Mexico, 1900-1971
The data file contains information on the political office holder's sex, birthplace, profession/occupations, military service, data and place of birth and death, father's occupation, education (preparation, length, attainment, specialization, foreign training), travel abroad, intellectual activities (publications, teaching), political affiliation, political offices held and length of stay, activity during the revolution of 1910-1920, geographical entity represented, membership in political and other organizations.
Almost all members of the country's "power elite" qualifying for inclusion if holding one or more of the following positions: (1) Presidency or Vice Presidency of the Nation; (2) membership in the Presidential Cabinet; (3) membership in the Presidential Subcabinet; (4) Directorship of selected decentralized agencies; (5) Directorship of selected state-supported companies; (6) membership on the Comite Ejecutivo Nacional of the Official Party; (7) Governorship of a State or Territory; (8) membership in the Camara de Senadores; (9) representation or participation in the Sovereign Revolutionary Convention of 1914-1915; (10) membership in the national Camara de Diputados; (11) participation in the Constitutional Congress of 1916-1917; (12) any Ambassadorship or leadership of a diplomatic mission overseas.
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