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The 1910 Mexican Revolution
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China, Europe, rebuilding, Pearson, Third, peasant, 1848, export, 1919, nationalist, duress, model, reformist, renege, 1910, falter, peasantry, elections, indigenous, adversaries, railroad, old, down, constitution, progress, 1911, Diaz, mestizo, power, 1923
a new regime practicing        regime tactics
had lost almost half of its territory in a war with the United States in         
after 1850s began a process of                     
enjoyed a pattern of             -led growth
borrowing capital from              and the United States
to produce primary staples for other people's consumption
Indian or               
mestizo: who have abandoned tribal life but retain an                      identity
much of the profits from the connection to the global economy when to those of European descent
General Porfirio         
President of Mexico from 1876 to         
slogan for this age: order and                 
maintained order
rigging elections
pursued progress
foreign investment
trade booming
was capable at balancing both order and progress
put pressure on the indigenous                   
his regime after many decades in power began to             
social unrest began to rise
people demanded that there be transparent and fair elections
gave an interview to               's magazine, an American magazine
interviewer: James Creelman
the role of the press on popular opinion was changing
Porfirio said it was time to hold                    and let someone else rule Mexico
if one is going to make a public announcement like this, one should live up to it, but Porfirio did not
political parties began to organize
Porfirio                        made themselves known
when Porfirio saw this, he decided to              on his promise to hold elections
Porfirio was brought         
what ensued was the Mexican Revolution of         
attempted to reform the state under             
similar to           
difficult to accomplish
a case of too little, too late
social discontent came from the bottom to the surface
Pancho Villa (1878-        )
Emiliano Zapata (1879-        )
led a                revolution
Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata
brought down what was left of the                    state
guerilla insurgents who swept into the capital, displaced the state
Pancho Villa himself is sitting in the presidential chair
Pancho Villa offered the chair to Emiliano Zapata, but Zapata declined, saying that the chair reeked of           
1917: gathered together to write a                         
1920: beginning the process of building a                       , revolutionary state
a model that became common in what became what is called the            World
Mexico becomes a            of revolutionist, state-driven government

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