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Mexican Revolution

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Transcript of Mexican Revolution

corrupt government
Key players
Reason for conflict
Credits
Tired of dictatorship
Madero was the rightful leader
Land disputes
Huereto overthrew madero
Pancho Villa and Zapata teamed up
Eve
-Title page, Background information characteristics and events
Everett
-Background information reasons for conflict and revolution leaders
Taggart
-Effects frames and credits
Talen
- Present day and sorces
$1.25
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Subtitle
Mexico Today
By Eve, Everett, Talen, and Taggart.

Period 3

March , 2015
the mexican revolution was a very inspiring time for writers and artist including Diego Rivera and Carlos Fuentes
they celebrate an independence day on september 16
the mexican revolution is also an inspiring time for film makers including Laura Esquivels who produced
like chocolate for water.
Mexican Revolution
Benefits
Effects of the Revolution
Many types of government were tested
Mexican independence
The Mexican government attempted to make a system the majority were okay with
Detriments
Effects of the revolution
Over half a million people died
Industry, mining, and agriculture was halted during the wars
Struggle to create a pleasing government put Mexico behind in trade, military, and resources
Sources

Bio.com. A&E Networks Television. Web. 08 Mar. 2015. <http://www.biography.com/people/pancho-villa-9518733>.
Bio.com. A&E Networks Television. Web. 12 Mar. 2015. <http://www.biography.com/people/francisco-madero-39449>.
Bio.com. A&E Networks Television. Web. 08 Mar. 2015. <http://www.biography.com/people/emiliano-zapata-9540356>.
Dengler, Anna. "Effects of the Mexican Revolution." AP World History 2012-2013. Weebly, 1 Jan. 2012. Web. 13 Mar. 2015. <http://apworldhistory2012-2013.weebly.com/effects-of-the-mexican-revolution.html>.

Revolution Project
Francisco "Pancho" Villa
Military leader
Francisco Madero
pollitition
Emiliano Zapata
Military leader
Actions and Events Leading to the Revolution
what is left today
Porfirio Diaz was violating the ideals and principles of the Mexican Constitution of 1857
In 1910, Fransisco I. Madero drafted the
Plan de San Luis Potosi.
The idea was spreading that a few wealthy landowners could no longer the continue the ways of Spanish Colonial rule
An economic recession occured and many citizens lost their jobs.
Diaz promised free elections in 1910
Left to right:

Before the Revolution- Government and People  
Porfirio Dias the president of Mexico starting in 1884
During Dias's rule, Mexico became wealthy through telegraph lines and railroads
The Lower classes were pressed with dept because of the advances Mexico was making
Mexico's mass wealth was handed to certain families by Diaz
The Mexican government worked by having a small amount of selected people act as the holders of power while the general public worked as impoverish.
General Diaz had been the voice of the public at that time.
Diaz faced opposotion, primarily by Francisco I. Madero.
Before the Revolution- Leading Events
General Diaz had been pressured into holding an election in 1910, being a believer in the one-term limit.
He changed his mind before putting the votes into action, and imprisoned Madero instead, thinking that Mexico was not yet ready for Democracy.
After Madero's release from prison, he continued his attempts to overthrow Diaz.
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