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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 -- Hulls 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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