Table of contents for Marriage of convenience : Rockefeller International Health and revolutionary Mexico / Anne-Emanuelle Birn.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Introduction: The Fever of International Health
1	A Match Made in Heaven?
	Rockefeller Philanthropy and International Health
	The Mexican Revolution and Public Health
	First Engagement: The Yellow Fever Campaign
2	Hooked on Hookworm
	The Bait
	Flapping Around
	Reeling It In
3	Going Local
	Conception
	Dissemination
	Reception
4	You Say You Want an Institution
	Building a Healthy State: C rdenas, the PNR, and the Six-Year Plan
	The Training Touch
	Institutionalization, Mexican Style
5	Ingredients of a Relationship
	Conspiracy, Charity, Catalysis, Coincidence, Chaos, or All of the Above?
	The Long Goodbye
	The Diseases Less Traveled
	¿Qué Pasó?
Epilogue: International Health¿s Convenient Marriage
Acknowledgments
Appendix: Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships Awarded to Mexico, 1920¿46
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public health -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century.
Public health -- International cooperation -- History -- 20th century.
Rockefeller Foundation International Health Division -- History -- 20th century.
Mexico. Departamento de Salubridad Pãaublica -- History -- 20th century.
Rockefeller Foundation. International Health Division.
Mexico. Departamento de Salubridad Pãaublica.
Public Health -- history -- Mexico.
History, 20th Century -- Mexico.
International Cooperation -- history -- Mexico.
Public Health Administration -- history -- Mexico.
Sanitation -- history -- Mexico.
World Health -- Mexico.