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1.

Adolfo Ruiz Cortines: The Domino Player

This program focuses on the early life of Adolfo Ruiz Cortines who arrived at the Presidency of Mexico after fifty years of service in various government positions, making him the oldest man to become president at that time. His competency in accounting and personal qualities of honesty and decency, distinguished him from the political corruption of the era.
Online
2015; 1998
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Manuel Avila Camacho's Six-Year Term: National Unity

This program focuses on the six-year presidency of Ávila Camacho, which included Mexico's entry into World War II, the beginnings of an accelerated growth in the economy, and a path toward national unity.
Online
2015; 1998
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Lazaro Cardenas's Six-Year Term: Between Power and the People

This program focuses on the six-year presidency of Lazaro Cárdenas, one of the most vigorous periods of change in the history of modern Mexico, emphasizing both the welfare of the people and corporate interests. President Cárdenas is known for his sweeping agrarian and labor reforms, the reorganization of the party into the Party of the Mexican Revolution, for women's suffrage and the 1938 oil expropriation.
Online
2015; 1998
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Adolfo Lopez Mateos's Six-Year Term: The Carrot and the Stick

This program focuses on the six-year presidency of Adolfo López Mateos, who brought principal leaders of the world to Mexico and guided the country through crisis with aplomb.
Online
2015; 1998
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Miguel Aleman Valdes: The Young Buck of the Revolution

This program presents a biography of Miguel Alemán Valdes including his relationship with his revolutionary father and the struggle to leave poverty behind through his ascent through business and politics.
Online
2015; 1998
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Jose Lopez Portillo's Six-Year Term: The Betting President

This program focuses on the six-year presidency of Jose LópezPortillo, one of the most tragic chapters in the Mexico's modern history, which led to the collapse of international oil prices and national bankruptcy.
Online
2015; 1999
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Miguel Aleman Valdes's Six-Year Term: The Businessman President

This program focuses on the six-year term of Miguel AlemánValdés, one that featured both corruption and decline in political liberties, but was also accompanied by economic expansion and enormous growth of Mexico City, as well as an improvement in relations with the United States.
Online
2015; 1998
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Adolfo Ruiz Cortines's Six-Year Term: The Pinnacle of the System

The program presents a biography of Adolfo Ruiz Cortines, a famed domino player and statistician who rose to fame as the oldest presidential candidate in post-revolutionary Mexico at the age of sixty. He is known for his honesty, for giving women the right to vote, and for stimulating the Mexican economy following the excesses of previous governments.
Online
2015; 1998
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Manuel Avila Camacho: The Gentleman General

This program presents a biography of Manuel Ávila Camacho, who represented the ideals of moderation and union after decades of armed struggle, showing an instinctual preference for negotiation and compromise. The contrast between Manuel and his older brother Maximino highlights political divisions following the Mexican Revolution.
Online
2015; 1998
10.

Gustavo Diaz Ordaz: The Puzzler

This program focuses on the six-year presidency of Gustavo DíazOrdaz, who would maintain the economic development of the country, but confront a tumultuous rejection of authoritarian politics that would culminate with the student massacre in Tlatelolco in 1968.
Online
2015; 1998
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Lazaro Cardenas: The Man and the Myth

This program presents a biography of Lázaro Cárdenas, the most charismatic president in modern Mexican history, who joined the Revolution at fourteen years and subsequently became one of its youngest generals.
Online
2015; 1998
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Adolfo Lopez Mateos: The Story of a Seducer

This program presents a biography of Adolfo López Mateos, a national speech and oratory champion, who would attract the attention of his superiors and eventually become a disciple of President Ruiz Cortines.
Online
2015; 1998
13.

Luis Echeverria: The Persistent Ambition

This program focuses on the rise to political power of Luis Echeverría, who by dent of hard work and dedication to PRI and Presidents Ruiz Cortines, López Mateos and Díaz Ordaz rose to the presidency in 1970 despite his involvement as Secretary of the Interior at the time of the student massacre of Tlalteloco in 1968.
Online
2015; 1999
14.

Carlos Salinas de Gortari: Family Matters

This program presents a biography of Carlos Salinas, the son of a failed presidential candidate who fulfilled his father's long-sought dreams.
Online
2015; 1999
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Gustavo Diaz Ordaz's Six-Year Term: Diaz Ordaz and '68

This program presents the six-year term of Gustavo Díaz Ordaz (1964-1970), a complex man who would give the order to commit one of the worst political crimes in Mexican history, the 1968 Tlalteloco student massacre.
Online
2015; 1998
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Carlos Salinas de Gortari's Six-Year Term: The Man Who Tried to Be King

This program focuses on the six-year presidency of Carlos Salinas, the architect of the Free Trade Treaty and the champion of more liberal economic policy, which brought him acclaim at home and beyond the country's borders.
Online
2015; 1999
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Luis Echeverria's Six-Year Term: The President Preacher

This program presents the six-year term of Luis Echeverría, a lifetime bureaucrat who ascended to the presidency immediately following the Tlatelolco Massacre. Despite his efforts to enact populist economic and political reforms, he was blamed for the Tlatelolco massacre by those on the left, while he antagonized the business community and conservatives. Economic instability created tensions that erupted in protests repressed by the military.
Online
2015; 1999
18.

Jose Lopez Portillo: The Man of Creole Heritage

This program presents a biography of José López Portillo, a thinker, boxer and amateur painter whose childhood friendship would lead him to Los Pinos, the home of the Mexican presidency.
Online
2015; 1999
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Miguel de la Madrid: The Straight and Narrow Path

This program presents a biography of Miguel de la Madrid. It depicts his early life, his father's assassination, and provides details on how his interest in economy and public administration helped him rise through the ranks of the PRI, under Presidents Echeverría and López Portillo, to become President of Mexico in 1982.
Online
2015; 1999
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Miguel de la Madrid's Six-Year Term: Lost Opportunities

This program focuses on the six-year term of Miguel de la Madrid, who inherited a country in bankruptcy and was faced with numerous other problems, including an earthquake and several political controversies.
Online
2015; 1999