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    Books and Monographs

    1. Mexican Political Biographies, 1935-1975 (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1976), 468 pp.

    Paperback and hardback. American Library Association Outstanding Reference Book for

    1977: “Camp deserves praise and gratitude for his painstaking work of scholarship,” The


    2. The Role of Economists in Policy-making: A Comparative Case Study of Mexico and the

    United States (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1977), 78 pp. Paperback.

    3. Mexico's Leaders: Their Education and Recruitment (Tucson: University of Arizona Press,

    1980), 246 pp. Paperback and hardback. “A preeminent study of Mexican national leadership,”

    World Politics; “This is a major work,” Inter-American Review of Bibliography; “Essential

    reading for the Mexicanists and Latin Americanists in the social sciences … a major contribution,”

    American Political Science Review; “a mine of information and offers insightful observations on

    the regime,” Handbook of Latin American Studies.

    Líderes de México: su educación y reclutamiento (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1984).

    No. 5, Best Seller list, Uno Más Uno, August, 1984. Second printing, 1986. Third printing,


    4. The Making of a Government, Political Leaders in Modern Mexico (Tucson: University of

    Arizona Press, 1984), 249 pp. Hardback. Choice Outstanding Academic Book for 1985; “…is a

    significant contribution”, Choice; “… fresh and nicely modulated portrait of Mexico’s political

    elite,” Journal of Developing Areas; “Important contribution in both methodology and findings,”

    Handbook of Latin American Studies.

    La Formación de un gobernante: la socialización de los líderes políticos en México post-

    revolucionario (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1981), 268 pp. Second printing, 1986.

    Third printing, 1992. Fourth printing, 1994.

    5. Mexican Political Biographies, 1935-1981, 2nd edition, revised and enlarged (Tucson:

    University of Arizona Press, 1982), 447 pp. Hardback.

    6. Intellectuals and the State in 20th Century Mexico (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1985),

    271 pp. Paperback and hardback. Choice Outstanding Academic Book for 1986; “…an

    important study,” Journal of Latin American Studies; “… unique study of the relationship

    between Mexican intellectuals and the state,” Choice; “This superb study is a major contribution to

    scholarship on Mexican political culture,” Library Journal; “Rarely does one get the opportunity to

    review a book of such quality and importance…,” Comparative Education Review;

    “Pathbreaking study of the role Mexican intellectuals have played vis-a-vis the State which has

    broad theoretical implications for the study of social change in other developing countries,”

    Handbook of Latin American Studies.

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    Los intelectuales y el estado en México (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1988). Second

    printing, 1995.

    7. Editor, Mexico's Political Stability, The Next Five Years (Boulder: Westview Press, 1986), 279

    pp. Hardback. “a balanced, accurate, current analysis of present problems and probable scenarios

    for change.” American Political Science Review; “Interesting effort at political forecasting,”

    Handbook of Latin American Studies.

    8. Memoirs of a Mexican Politician (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1988). 230

    pp. Paperback and hardback.

    Memorias de un político Mexicano (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1989). Second

    printing, l992.

    9. Who's Who in Mexico Today (Boulder: Westview Press, 1988). Choice Outstanding Academic

    Book for 1988; “A necessary purchase for all libraries,” Choice

    10. Entrepreneurs and Politics in Twentieth Century Mexico (New York: Oxford University Press,

    1989), 306 pp. Hardback. “This is a landmark work.” Perspectives on Politics, American

    Political Science Review; “… has filled an enormous gap of ignorance of the nature of the prívate

    sector and its relations with the state.” Annals of the American Academic of Political and Social

    Science; “Excellent treatment of relationship between domestic entrepreneurs and politicians …

    with important implications for understanding public-private sector relationships,” Handbook of

    Latin American Studies.

    Empresarios y la política en México (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1991).

    11. Mexican Political Biographies, 1884-1934 (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1991), 458 pp.

    Hardback. “An invaluable tool for Mexican and U.S. scholars which research libraries must buy,”

    Library Journal; “Camp has produced an essential research tool;” Inter-American Review of

    Bibliography; “… a very valuable tool for scholars of Mexican history,” Choice; “Provides

    excellent portrait of Mexico's political and military elite,” Handbook of Latin American Studies.

    12. Generals in the Palacio, the Military in Modern Mexico (New York: Oxford University Press,

    1992), 278 pp. Hardback. “a seminal volume,” American Historical Review

    13. Co-editor with Charles Hale and Josefina Vázquez. Intellectuals and Power in Mexico (Los

    Angeles and Mexico: UCLA Latin American Center and the Colegio de México, 1991), 841 pp.

    Paperback. “…welcome publication of valuable papers from a 1981 conference,” Handbook of

    Latin American Studies.

    14. Politics in Mexico (New York: Oxford University Press, 1993). 200 pp. Hardback and

    paperback. Choice Outstanding Academic Book for 1993; “…every sentence of his book is rich

    with understanding. I can think of no better introduction to Mexican politics.” Inter-American

    Review of Bibliography.

    Política en México (Mexico: Siglo XXI, 1995).

    15. Biografias de políticos Mexicanos (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1993.

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    16. The Successor, A Political Thriller (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1993), 295

    pp. Hardback and paperback. “Knocking away every south-of-the-border stereotype, Camp has

    written an intelligent, intricately plotted saga, enjoyable equally as an action-packed adventure and a

    call to awareness of this neglected and explosive nation,” Library Journal.

    El sucesor (Mexico: Grupo Siete, 1993).

    17. Who's Who in Mexico Today, 2nd edition revised and enlarged. (Boulder: Westview Press,

    1993), 195 pp. Hardback.

    18. Political Recruitment across Two Centuries, Mexico, 1884-1992 (Austin: University of Texas

    Press, 1995), 289 pp. Hardback and paperback. “Camp’s book is an indispensable read for those

    who want to venture into the labyrinth of Mexican politics.” The Historian; “…an innovative

    analysis of the roles of gender, class, and family connections in the Mexican political recruitment and

    promotional processes,” Choice.

    Reclutamiento política en México (Mexico: Siglo XXI, 1996).

    19. Mexican Political Biographies, 1935-1993, 3rd edition revised and enlarged. (Austin:

    University of Texas Press, 1995), 985 pp. Hardback and paperback. American Reference Book

    Annual Outstanding Reference Book and Choice Outstanding Academic Book 1995;

    “Excellent reference work for mapping trends in leadership recruitment and socialization,”

    Handbook of Latin American Studies; “This volume is essential for any serious researcher of

    Mexican public life,” Hispanic American Historical Review.

    20. Editor, Democracy in Latin America, Patterns and Cycles (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources,

    1995) 294 pp. Hardback and paperback. “…an oustanding collection of a dozen previously

    published essays designed to define and analyze the issue of democracy in modern Latin America.”

    H-Net Review; “Collection of some of the best articles previously published by political scientists

    on the problems of democracy and development in Latin America,” Handbook of Latin American


    La democracia en América Latina, modelos y ciclos (Mexico: Siglo XXI, 1998).

    21. Politics in Mexico, 2nd edition revised and enlarged. (New York: Oxford University Press,

    1996), 256 pp. Hardback and paperback.

    22. Editor, Polling for Democracy, Public Opinion and Political Liberalization in Mexico

    (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1996). 186pp. Hardback. “ illuminates the state of Mexican

    polling and its impact on political liberalization,” Handbook of Latin America Studies.

    Encuestas y democracia: opinión pública y apertura política en México (Mexico: Siglo XXI,


    23. Crossing Swords, Religion and Politics in Mexico (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997).

    341pp. Hardback. “… a major contribution to undersanting the Catholic Church and its growing role

    in Mexican society.” American Political Science Review; “the book is an invaluable resource on

    the international, national and regional structure of the Catholic Church.” Review of Religious

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