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A CENTURY OF SOCIAL REFORMS IN MEXICO: HISTORICAL BALANCE AND PENDING CHALLENGES

Gerardo Ordonez Barba

Resumen


This work offers an analysis of the formation of the Mexican social state
taking as starting point the original text of the 1917 Constitution. For
this objective, we present a review of the main reforms implemented
over a century by the federal government, giving emphasis on social
policies and programs that have marked the development of four major
periods of history. Starting with the irst Constitutionalist government
and culminating with the last two administrations that emerges from
political alternation; the conclusions ponder about the scope of the
current social protection system, accentuating the conditions of exclusion
and poverty prevailing in Mexico, as well as the proposals of
the government in progress and the challenges to be faced to move
towards an inclusive and solidary social policy.

Palabras clave


Social policies; Poverty

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El Journal of Public Governance and Policy: Latin American Review es una revista del Instituto de Investigación en Políticas Públicas y Gobierno de la Universidad de Guadalajara.