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Plan of San Luis

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Diana Cardona

on 2 December 2010

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Transcript of Plan of San Luis

Plan of San Luis Introduction This document summoned to take up arms to all who disagreed with the government of Porfirio Diaz, trying to end the misrule of the porfiriato, and more as they made several proposals to restore the land lost peasants The plan of San Luis potosí was proclaimed a policy document from San Antonio, Texas, the mexican revolutionary movement's leader and presidential candidati of the National Anti party, Francisco I. Madero. This shows up in arms for the November 20, 1910 to carry out the overthrow of Porfirio Diaz, the establishment of free and democratic elections, and also pledged to return land to farmers that had been seized by the landlords. Development Francisco I. Madero Porfirio Diaz Conclution When Madero was in the jail he began to write a little notes about proclaim this plan and when he was in San antonio on october 8th, MAdero accompanied by Julio Peña, Enrique Bordes, Achilles Serdan, Juan Sanchez and Miguel Albores proclaimed this document to give for a correct and the final document, which defined the bad govnerment of Porfirio DIaz finished.!! these are parts of the Plan of San Luis Potosi The plan of San Luis Potosi was proclaimed a political document from San Antonio,Texas, by the mexican revolutionary movement's leader and presidential candidate of the national antiparty, Franacisco I. Madero.
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