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SANCHEZ VAZQUEZ, Rafael. The significance of the social constitutionalism in Latin America (case Mexico). Cuest. Const. [online]. 2012, n.27, pp.251-309. ISSN 1405-9193.

Latin American share its historical evolution, on one hand, the indigenous legacy from Mesoamerican and Andean cultures, years after, with the European presence takes place a process of acculturation that is known as the era of new Spain, supported with the exploitation and spoliation not only of natural resources but also of indigenous and mestizo population generating broad social sectors impoverished dramatically, up to the independence wars in the 19th century. however, asymmetries continued what led to claim movements that ended in revolutions, At this point we want to mention the 1910-1917 mexican revolution, historical event that left behind approximately one to two million dead, therefore, is considered as a turning point in the Latin-American and world history.

Palabras llave : social constitutionalism; poverty; inequality; social justice; employment; housing; public and free education; social security; State planning; State intervention; neoliberal economic policies.

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