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The The Revolution of 1910 Revolution of 1910
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The Revolution of 1910: The Revolution of 1910: T H E T H E M A D E R O E R A M A D E R O E R A
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Francisco I. Madero was released on bail after the election, he fled to San Antonio (Texas). Disillusioned by the failure of the political process, he drafted a plan for military action. He called for insurrection on November 20.
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In spite of a rocky beginning, the rebellion starts in earnest in Chihuahua, under the military leadership of Pascual Orozco. After one battle Orozco cockily sent the uniforms of dead federal soldiers back to Díaz with the message, “Here are the wrappers, send more tamales.” The rebellion spreads to Sonora, Coahuila, Sinaloa, Veracruz, Zacatecas, Puebla, Guerrero, and Morelos.
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Defying orders from Madero, Orozco attacks Ciudad Juarez from El Paso and captures it in May of 1911. The fall of Juarez precipitated Díaz’ resignation, but it generated much friction within the ranks of the rebels.
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An interim government was set up, new elections are held in October 1911, but the failure of social reforms leads to Zapata’s revolt against Madero in 1912. Zapata is Nahuatl. Enemies Madero had made in the rebel armies of the north ally themselves with Zapata. Madero’s general, Huerta, first defeats Orozco and then turns against Madero betrays him, and ultimately has him shot in 1913.
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The Revolution of 1910: The Revolution of 1910: T H E H U E R T A E R A
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