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Descripción de A Media Asta: los lutos de la Patria (parte II).

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Gracias por tu dedicada atención al Podcast y por tu atinada contribución con las cápsulas históricas. Festejando tu trabajo contribuiré mandando libros electrónicos vía mail a todo quien publique su mail con su opinión al programa. Saludos Alex y a todos quienes seguimos este Podcast del Programa. Cápsula Histórica previa al Programa: Carlos Maria de Bustamante; El Hombre, El Político, El Insurgente. Un excelente programa sobre la Historia de México amenamente conducido por el Abogado Historiador José Manuel Villalpando Cesar. En este programa: A Media Asta/La Fascinación de los Mexicanos por la Muerte 2da. Parte. En un recorrido por las fechas que han marcado el Calendario Histórico Mexicano; el Maestro Villalpando nos narrará aquellos hechos que marcaron la fecha onomástica. También se expondrán unas propuestas por añadir las cuales causarán polémica en un gran sector y también la aceptación de otra fecha justa torno a la Mujer. Cuales son esas fechas? Cual es esa polémica? Descúbrelas aquí en el Podcast de La Historia que Quiero Vivir con Villalpando; no te lo pierdas.

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