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On the final episode of this season, Stephen Morris, nonresident fellow at the Baker Institute Mexico Center and professor in the Department of Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University, discusses the role of public opinion, political will, autonomous entities, and an active civil society in the fight against corruption in Mexico. In a recent issue brief titled “Mexico’s Historic Opportunity to Fight Corruption: Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities,” Morris argues that López Obrador faces a unique opportunity to tackle the problem of corruption.

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