Edgar Zavala Pelayo is a Research Professor at the Centro de Estudios Sociológicos of El Colegio de México. He is the author of Sociologies and the Discursive Power of Religions.
In the 1850s, and amid disputes and armed conflicts between liberal and conservative political groups, the Mexican Parliament gradually approved a series of legislative reforms that would end a considerable part of the legal and economic prerogatives of the Catholic Church in this country. While these measures arguably did little [...]
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