MEXICO HISTORY - MEXICO HISTORICAL OVERVIEW Osvaldo Jordan...

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MEXICO HISTORICAL OVERVIEW Osvaldo Jordan November 5, 2009
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HISTORICAL SURVEY 1810-1815. Hidalgo and Morelos Insurrections. 1821-1857. Early Republican Period. 1857-1877. Liberal Reforma . 1877-1910. Positivist Porfiriato . 1910-1934. Mexican Revolution. 1934-2000. Post-Revolutionary Mexico. 2000 to present. A New Republic? For or Against the United States?
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EARLY REPUBLICAN 1822-1823. Conservative Agustin De Iturbide Empire. General Antonio de Santa Ana dominated Mexican politics between 1832-1857. After abolishing the federal constitution, he faced rebellions in Texas and Yucatan. In 1836, Texan militias defeated the Mexican Army, and in 1845 they voted to annex to the United States.
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EARLY REPUBLICAN The conflict with Texas led to the Mexican- American War (1846-1848), in which the US gained the territories of California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. In 1855, Santa Anna was defeated by the Liberals, and a new constitution was approved in 1857. The opposition of the Catholic Church led to the War of Reform (1857-1861), in which the Liberals under the leadership of Benito Juarez seized control of the national government.
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THE LIBERAL REFORM The Liberal Reform was interrupted by the French occupation, and the installation of the
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