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Galería Maestro Antonio Rodríguez / Jaime Torres Bodet Cultural Center

Désolé, cet article est seulement disponible en Anglais Américain et Espagnol Mexicain.

Jaime Mario Torres Bodet (1902–1974) was diplomat and writer who served in cabinet of three Mexican Presidents. Born in Mexico City, he grew up on Calle Donceles. He came of age during the Mexican Revolution, and became an administrator of the National Preparatory School at only 18. He became personal secretary to José Vasconcelos just a year later. He was later prominent with a group of writers with whom he published steadily through the middle of the 20th century. Appointed Secretary of Public Education in 1943m we has later Secretary of Foreign Affairs . He returned as Secretary of Public Education in the 1960s. He was considered for the presidency during that period.

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