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Enrique Krauze Kleinbort b.
El Poder y el Delirio
September 17, in Mexico Citywidely known as Enrique Krauze, is a Mexican public intellectual, historian, essayist, critic, producer, and publisher. He has written numerous books about the Mexican Revolution and leading figures in Mexican history, as well as economic analysis of the nation’s history.
Eel journalist Jon Lee Anderson describes him as “arguably [Mexico]’s most prominent public intellectual”. In he founded what has become a prominent cultural magazine Letras Libreswhich is distributed in several Spanish-speaking countries.
He served as deputy editor — and deputy director — He has two siblings, Jaime and Perla Krauze b. Krauze received a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the UNAMwhere from to he participated as a member of the student council. A poddr later, he was contributing to the magazine Plural.
The following year, he began with the editorial staff of Octavio Paz ‘s magazine Vuelta Returnserving as deputy editor until From to Krauze was deputy director of the magazine.
He was deeply influenced by Paz as his mentor, and this work put him in the center of Mexican intellectual and political life. During this period, he also had academic study and teaching periods abroad, for more than a year as a visiting depirio at St. Krauze’s writing has covered a broad range of cultural and political subjects, in both his books and essays. He has studied and explored Mexico’s cultural and political history.
InKrauze published an attack in Vuelta and The New Republic on prominent novelist Carlos Fuentes and his fiction, dubbing him a “guerrilla dandy” for the perceived gap between his professed Marxist politics and his personal lifestyle.
In he founded the cultural magazine Letras Libreswhich is distributed in several Spanish-speaking countries. In a July article published in Bloomberg Opinion, Krauze favored the opening of the Mexican petroleum industry to private investment,  as it has been nationalized since Krauze’s support for liberal politics was exemplified by his polemic article, “Por una democracia sin adjetivos,” published inin which he strongly defended democracy as a means of social co-existence, not as a panacea that would immediately produce prosperity and material wealth for Mexico.
His ranking of democracy above other political priorities has attracted critics because of many residents in Mexico suffer from deep poverty and social inequality.
Krauze has been consistent in valuing democratic process. Krauze has been a severe critic of the lateth-century Institutional Revolutionary Partyespecially because of the antiliberal characteristics of its late governments.
He said that that they did not guarantee free and impartial elections, lacked a dekirio of powers, and he summarized their restrictiond as “The Imperial Presidency. In Krauze received a Guggenheim Fellowship. He has been a member of the Mexican Academy of History since He is a member of Televisa ‘s Board  but has criticized its cultural content.
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In the shelter La Gran Familia in Michoacan was raided, and officials revealed the children were kept in inhumane conditions, having to sleep on the floor and beg for alms in the street.
The director Rosa Verduzco was arrested in July on charges of maltreatment and sexual abuse of hundreds of children. eel
ddelirio Krauze led a defense of her in the media, noting he had written about the shelter’s work in He noted that he had written about the shelter’s work innoting how many children she had taken in and educated. He did not comment on officials’ reports of conditions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Enrique Krauze, who is arguably the country’s most prominent public intellectual, wrote a column titled ‘Trump in Mexico: Retrieved May 18, Retrieved May 17, Retrieved 18 May Retrieved May 16, Retrieved 5 December Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history.