The final chapter concludes the book by exploring the legacy of Mexico’s nineteenth-century experience for twentieth-century development. Although the topic remains understudied, Mexico remained largely dependent on imported technological hardware and expertise throughout most of the twentieth century. Chapter 9 discusses the persistence of technological dependence and summarizes the central arguments and conclusions of the book.
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