MEXICO: New Revolutionary

In Guadalupe, long ago, a peon named Juan Diego beheld a miraculous vision of the Virgin. Near that spot last week, a visionary Mexican industrialist, Antonio Ruiz Galindo, was starting an experiment that may likewise prove miraculous: a factory community, La Ciudad Industrial (the Industrial City). Mexican leaders and U.S. businessmen interested in Mexico are watching closely.

They are also watching Ruiz Galindo. A harddriving, self-made man, he and his business philosophy represent modern Mexico: the Mexico whose industrial revolution is just beginning. Ruiz Galindo is smart, tough and patriotic. He wants...

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