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Chapter 16 Section 1 - III Rising Tide of Nationalism a...

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Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 16 Section 1 I. The Mexican Revolution a. Sources of Discontent: -Most were poor -Democracy wanted b. The Battle Begins: -Francisco Madero demanded free elections -Diaz resigned after promise of rebellion -Madero prez, then two years later he was murdered c. A Complex Upheaval: -Francisco Villa wanted to be leader -Emilliano Zapata led a peasant revolt -Million killed in next decade II. Reforms in Mexico -Carranza new prez, new constitution. a. Social Change: -Unions supported, combating illiteracy, school and libraries -Social reforms b. The PRI: -Institutional Revolutionary Party -Backed reform but suppressed opposition
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Unformatted text preview: III. Rising Tide of Nationalism a. Economic Nationalism:- U.S in depression; bad for Latin America’s economy-People determined to revitalize economy -Unequal distribution of profits though b. Cultural Nationalism:-Writers and artists and thinkers started to reject European culture-People began to take pride in their own culture-Nationalism came to the people The “Good Neighbor” Policy-U.S still international policeman-Anti-American feelings brewed-Some Mexicans attacked U.S-Roosevelt took new approach and withdrew troops and limited they influence Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory...
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