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What was a central issue related to the stability of Mexico? Answer the high unemployment rate their strict religious guidelines their economy their views on slavery

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Based off of what you studied, what's your best choice or educated guess?
i will correct u :)
@ajmurdders u there?

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yeah im here sorry about this, dont know a lot about this site
Mexico 2012 focuses on current and future developments that will affect Mexican economic governance, political stability, and central issues in the bilateral relationship with the United States, including immigration, security, and trade.
do you know who was know for traveling along the Santa Fe Trail?
you can do some research
yeah that'd probably be better for me to huh?

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