Who Won the Mexican Revolution and When Did it End?
This study of the Mexican Revolution debates if the revolutionaries successfully obtained their objectives, or whether the revolution still goes on today.
# 7318 | 1,505 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2001 |
Published on Oct 27, 2003 in Political Science (Non-U.S.) , Latin-American Studies (Modern Period (1900-1960)) , Latin-American Studies (Post-Modern (1960 on))
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This essay examines the purposes of the Mexican Revolution, from its early days as an anti-capitalist demonstration against its government, to the repeated claims by Mexican leaders that the revolution is over, having embraced capitalism whole-heartedly.
From the Paper:"In July 1914, General Carranza proclaimed the revolution over. In 1928 Calles proclaimed the revolution "achieved". In 1940 President Camacho said the same thing. There are those who believe the revolution still to be going on; it is only in the last couple of years that the PNR has finally been voted out of power; Mexico, though a "democracy", had effectively been a one party state until very recently."
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