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9/29/09 exam tips 2 questions- 1. What led to the Mexican revolution? If you can draw on the lectures and readings, then you are good to go. 5 issues but you don’t need all of them. 1. agragrian country and in 34 rule dictatorship, 5 million people lost their land 2. 2. Huge parts of that land were ceded to foreign people 3. government of diaz became more and more out of touch with the people and authoritarian. 4. People felt and were disenfranchised. No one had much of a say, even the elites. 5. 34 was a long time, he was an old man and planned an election but didn’t deliver. 2. what came out of the revolution? 1. overthrow of the dictatorship 2. the constitution of 1917. Gave workers right, basis for land reform, gave control of oil to the people/subsoil resources. These are realized during lazaro cardenas’ regime. Class time: The tremors:the election of Vicente fox. It is a tremor because the 6 years of his presidentcy wind up being a period of transition rather than transformation. He turns out
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