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individual lack of principles. Overall, the various revolutionary camps and leaders did not simply float  unattached above these various sorts of people, their goals and aspirations, and their  visions of what the revolution should accomplish. It was from this basis that various  leaders and camps formed worldviews and political programs, upholding ideas of what  was good for Mexico, or at least for some subset of Mexico. But the worldview of the  ambitious middle-class reformer, for example, and the rebel campesino were often very  different. While many middle-class reformers might have had a clear political and social  vision for the country, to prevail they also had to appeal to social forces, like  campesinos or workers, which held different ones. This was especially the case as the  revolution unfolded over time, and agrarian radicalism and labor organizing could not be ignored by even those leaders (like the landlord Carranza) who wanted to have nothing  to do with either. As the revolution progressed, the various camps united, broke apart, 
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