Item #22327 Justice Mexican Style or Should You Drive in Mexico? Wm. L. Timmons.

Justice Mexican Style or Should You Drive in Mexico?

El Paso, TX: Self-published, 1970. Pictorial wrappers. Uncommon re-issue, circa 1970, of this well-researched, well-documented warning to American drivers concerning driving in Mexico. The author makes very clear he has no bone to pick with the country or the people of Mexico (as he notes, he and his wife seriously considered moving there in the mid 1960s); rather, it's the rampant corruption within the seemingly arbitrary traffic laws (or lack thereof) he's trying to warn Americans against. This is a crisp, well-preserved copy to boot. Tight and VG+ in its stapled, pictorial wrappers, with light offsetting along the panel edges. Internally, clean as could be, with no writing or markings of any kind. Among the chapters: "Speed and Lose Your Car", "The Chihuahua Prison", "Hit and Run Is the Custom", "Escape from Hermosillo", "Robbed by Juarez Police", "Police Brutality", "Mexican Jails" etc. Very Good +. Item #22327

Price: $150.00

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