Dudley AlthausSeptember 1, 2013 06:02Updated September 1, 2013 17:03
MEXICO CITY — The peso is eroding as economic growth slows below predictions. Gangland wars still tally 1,000 murders a month. Gangsters and vigilantes square off across the Pacific coast lowlands, making them ungovernable. Striking teachers threaten to gut key elements of new education laws, the first of the Peña Nieto reforms that were to transform the country. Wasn't this supposed to be Mexico's moment?