Jus was born, in the 1930s, as a university journal of legal issues sponsored by Manuel Gómez Morín, one of the most important intellectuals in the recent history of Mexico, founder of the National Action Party. That original link with the right explains its name: jus (or ius) is the Latin word that designates, precisely, the objective right: the norms. The interest aroused by that magazine encouraged Gómez Morín to go a step further and found, at the beginning of the 1940s, an editorial that no longer dealt only with issues of law, but gave space to Catholic thought and observed history from a critical perspective with the official version. That was, more or less, the profile of the publisher until the beginning of the eighties, when it became a generalist publishing house; that is also the image that many Mexican readers have of Jus: an old Catholic and center-right editorial. Never...read more