Huei Tlatoani summarizes the work of U.S. scholars and develops a detailed image of the Mexican speaker. The study opens with a review of U.S. studies of the rhetorical, educational, mediated, and intercultural elements of Mexican communication. The review of U.S. studies invites closer examination and is further defined by a detailed analysis of Aztec discourse, communication education in Mexico, and contemporary Mexican address. Of interest to people who want to better understand Mexican communication. Contents: Huei Tlatoani; The Mexican Speaker; U.S. Studies of Mexican Communication; Aztec Discourse; Communication Studies at Mexican Universities; The Final Words of Jose Lopez Portillo; and The Mexican Speaker.