A few months ago, Liberty Fund published an anthology on Mexican liberalism. The book, edited by José Antonio Aguilar Rivera, gathers 19 authors and 64 texts covering from the beginning of the history of Mexico as an independent nation (1821) to an acceptance speech by Octavio Paz of a prize he received in 1989. That is, in this book we have almost 170 years of the history of Mexico from the perspective of its most well-known and recognized liberales.
Roberto Breña holds a Ph. D. in Political Science from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He is professor and researcher at the Centro de Estudios Internacionales of El Colegio de México (Colmex). He is the author of the book El primer liberalismo español y los procesos de emancipación de América, 1808-1824 (Una revisión historiográfica del liberalismo hispánico), published by Colmex in 2006 and the editor of the book En el umbral de las revoluciones hispánicas: el bienio 1808-1810, that was co-edited in 2010 by Colmex and the Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales de Madrid. His most recent book is El imperio de las circunstancias (2012), a study of political and intellectual history on the Spanish American independence movements and the Spanish liberal revolution of 1808-14.