Lect10-Outline-08

Lect10-Outline-08 - 2 Respect-Non-Intervention 3 Pan...

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Lecture 10 (Outline): U.S.-Mexican Relations (1890s-1920s) and Good Neighbor Policy (1933-1945) U.S.-Mexican Relations 1. Porfirio Díaz 2. Precursors to Revolution 3. Francisco Madero 4. Zapata, Villa, Carranza, Obregón, Huerta 6. Taft Administration – Woodrow Wilson (Madero and Huerta) 7. U.S.S. Dolphin – 4/1914 8. Pancho Villa vs. Black Jack Pershing 9. Zimmerman Telegram 10. Constitutional Convention 1917 11. Obregón’s Power Grab and Death (Zapata 1919; land reform (U.S. protected); Villa 1923; Revenge 1928). Good Neighbor Policy (1933-1945) 1. Motivation
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Respect-Non-Intervention 3. Pan American Conferences -- Hull’s Qualifying Statement (Intl. Law) 4. Non-Intervention Empirically 5. Hull-Alfaro Treaty 6. Pan American Conference – Maintenance of Peace – 1936 – All Equals 7. Acid Test – 1938 (Oil Cos. Vs Mexican Govt.) – Sovereignty vs. Property Rights 8. U.S. Sides with Mexico 9. Economic Policy – Smoot Hawley 1930; RTAA – 1934 10. Export-Import Bank – 1934 – Imports from U.S. or U.S. Businesses in Latin America 11. Cultural Exchange 12. Hemispheric Defense...
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