Modernization in Mexico
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The paper describes the revolution, the aftermath, the revolutionary goverments, the path to institutionalization, the Constitution, and US participation. The paper describes the governments of the children of the revolution and the reforms by Lazarao Cardenas. The paper outlines the decades of the seventies to the nineties, a period that paid the costs of the revolutionary reforms.
From the Paper:"Porfirio had modernization in mind since day number one in office. He was influenced by the Cientificos who talked about the necessary changes in economy and infrastructure to ensure a modern state. Porfirio Diaz thought that industrialization was possible because Mexico had very important natural resources, such as copper in Sonora; there was an important sugar industry, tobacco industry and Henequen for ropes. These products had international demand. The system of Haciendas organized workers in huge plantations owned by hacendados who were not sure about Diaz modern economic reforms. However, Diaz supported the haciendas. He promoted agriculture for export. Another important industry was textile..."
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