Fox's Biggest Sell

Fox's Biggest Sell


Vicente Fox Quesada is the nearest thing Latin America has to a leader these days. He towers above his peers in the region. He is probably unique in being able to deal with President George W. Bush as an equal. Bush chose to visit Fox at his ranch in Guanajuato on his first foreign trip as president, rather than go to Canada, as tradition dictated. Fox exudes great personal authority. He stands tall in his cowboy boots and has the natural, easy style of a born leader. Fox also is the leader of a bloodless revolution. His election last July ended 71 years of uninterrupted rule by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). This was the first time ever in Mexico?s violent history

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