Unformatted text preview: Madero is a wealthy landowner who is able to convince all of the competing revolutionary factions that they can unify for a victory against Díaz o Madero is unable to satisfy all of the competing faction so he looses power o Huerta is able to overthrow Madero The fighting continues until Carranza is able to take power The leader of the peasant group is Zapata o He is killed under Carranza’s rule o Pancho Villa survives the revolution, but he is killed in the early 1920s 1928 – Obregón is reelected president but is killed by a religious fanatic poet Turns out, all of the revolutionaries met with an untimely death Small amounts of fighting continue off and on until 1929 Was Mexico better off because of the revolution? o Between 1 and 2 million people de o The economy doesn’t recover until the 1940s Mexico falls 30 years behind their natural economic growth...
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- Spring '07
- The Mexican Revolution, Mexican Revolution, Emiliano Zapata, Venustiano Carranza, Francisco I. Madero, Álvaro Obregón