• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction
  • 02:08    |    
    Personal situation regarding Mexican government
  • 04:18    |    
    Personal experience in the United States
  • Milton Friedman's influence
  • 06:24    |    
    Administration of Carlos Salinas de Gortari
  • 07:03    |    
    Meetings with Luis Donaldo Colosio and Arthur Laffer
  • 08:16    |    
    Changes in Mexico through society
  • 09:15    |    
    History of the United States compared to Mexico
  • 09:37    |    
    Hong Kong, an example to follow
  • 11:13    |    
    Free cities in the Mexican border
  • 14:56    |    
    Final words
  • 15:12    |    
    Final credits


Free Cities: A Solution to Mercantilism in Mexico

Ricardo Valenzuela speaks about his experience in Mexico with the government and its mercantilist system, factors which ultimately led him to discover liberalism as an alternative for this precarious circumstance. He speaks about the different situations his family had to endure against it, in order to freely produce in this country. He also talks about his attempts to create free cities along the borderline of Mexico and the United States, explaining the benefits they would bring to economy and the people who live in these areas.



 

 

 

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