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7/16/08 9:38 AM THURSDAY: Quizzes Ch 7, 8, and 10 Santa Ana = caudillo (private army, privately funded, warlord) Porfirio Diaz – ruled Mexico from 1870s-1910; was a general & caudillo Huge railroads (most U.S. owned) created in Mexico (and U.S) 1820s/1830s – Mexico from empire to Federal republic run by ‘liberals’ (decentralization, securalization, free trade) US: Hamilton (centralist, federalist, centralization) v. Jefferson (decentralist, anti-federalist, states rights) 1836 – centralist conservatives took over (opposite of liberals – centralization, desecularization, limit trade to some extent [increase control]) 1836 – Santa Ana, through coups, took over gov’t CA, Yucatan, Tejas want to get away from centralization CA, 1836, wants to become sovereign state 1846 – Mexican War with U.S by 1850s Liberals take over Mexico Famous leader of liberal group: Benito Juarez went after church, villages Liberals v. Conservatives
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2009 for the course HISTORY 127AC taught by Professor Kerwinklein during the Summer '08 term at Berkeley.

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