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The Public Sphere in Mexico since the Mid-20th Century 

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mexican History and Culture
Vanessa FreijeVanessa Freije

The public sphere broadly references the spaces for debate, including the press, political parties, and civic organizations, that mediate between the state and society. Jürgen Habermas introduced this concept to signify an independent sphere where individuals could discuss issues, forge public opinion, and hold their government accountable.... ...

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