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2 MEXICO Political Institutions Economy Public Policy Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Geography, History and Intro Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

3 $100 Question from Political Institutions In Mexico, camarillas are an example of what?

4 $100 Answer from Political Institutions Patron-client systems

5 $200 Question from Political Institutions On paper, the Mexican government is structured to resemble that of which country?

6 $200 Answer from Political Institutions The U.S.

7 $300 Question from Political Institutions Name the three main political parties in the Mexican government and identify their alignment on the political spectrum

8 $300 Answer from Political Institutions PRD – center-left PRI – center PAN – center-right

9 $400 Question from Political Institutions Name the two houses of the Mexican Congress and their respective number of members

10 $400 Answer from Political Institutions Chamber of Deputies Senate - 128

11 $500 Question from Political Institutions The large concentration of powers, formal and informal, in the hands of the president is referred to Mexicans as

12 $500 Answer from Political Institutions Presidencialismo

13 $100 Question from Economy This Mexican president tried to privatize Pemex, Mexicos state-owned petroleum company, but was ultimately unsuccessful as the idea was found to be unpopular among the people

14 $100 Answer from Economy Vicente Fox

15 $200 Question from Economy He was the first Mexican president to begin implementing neoliberal reforms and privatization into Mexicos economy.

16 $200 Answer from Economy Miguel de la Madrid

17 $300 Qu0estion from Economy Though NAFTA has greatly aided in the growth of Mexicos exports and manufacturing, this industry has experienced decline since NAFTAs inception

18 $300 Answer from Economy The farming/agriculture industry

19 $400 Question from Economy This industry accounts for the majority of Mexicos growth.

20 $400 Answer from Economy The oil industry

21 $500 Question from Economy This sudden occurrence was the cause for Mexicos 1994 economic crisis.

22 $500 Answer from Economy The devaluation of the peso

23 $100 Question from Public Policy The city in Mexico with the worst air pollution and arguably the worst air pollution in the world.

24 $100 Answer from Public Policy Mexico City

25 $200 Question from Public Policy These are the foreign-owned factories in the northern Mexican states

26 $200 Answer from Public Policy Maquiladoras

27 $300 Question from Public Policy The money received from families in one country to another which is third most important source of foreign exchange in Mexico.

28 $300 Answer from Public Policy Remittance

29 $400 Question from Public Policy What is the antipoverty program that pays needy families to keep their children in school?

30 $400 Answer from Public Policy PROGRESA

31 $500 Question from Public Policy A program that brought many Mexican agricultural workers to the US during WW II

32 $500 Answer from Public Policy Bracero Program

33 $100 Question from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

34 $100 Answer from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

35 $200 Question from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

36 $200 Answer from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

37 $300 Question from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

38 $300 Answer from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

39 $400 Question from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

40 $400 Answer from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

41 $500 Question from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

42 $500 Answer from Citizens, Society, and Political Socialization Your Text Here

43 $100 Question from Geography, History and Intro This geographical feature is crossed by many Mexican immigrants and creates a natural boundary between Mexico and the U.S. is

44 $100 Answer from Geography, History and Intro El Rio Grande.

45 $200 Question from Geography, History and Intro This day is Mexicos most important national patriotic celebration

46 $200 Answer from Geography, History and Intro September 16

47 $300 Question from Geography, History and Intro The political party in control for most of Mexicos history

48 $300 Answer from Geography, History and Intro PRI

49 $400 Question from Geography, History and Intro During the presidency of Lazaro Cardenas del Rio, the assumption of mineral rights and subsequent nationalism of the oil industry formed this company

50 $400 Answer from Geography, History and Intro PEMEX

51 $500 Question from Geography, History and Intro The Mexican Revolution started this type of reform

52 $500 Answer from Geography, History and Intro Agrarian reform (ejidos)

53 Final Jeopardy This program offered direct cash payments to millions of subsistence farmers in 1994

54 Final Jeopardy Answer PROCAMPO


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