Porfirio Diaz

ISBN-10: 0582292670

ISBN-13: 9780582292673

Edition: 2001

Authors: Paul Garner
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Description: The fall of Porfirio Diaz has traditionally been presented as a watershed between old and new: an old style repressive and conservative government, and the more democratic and representative system that flowered in the wake of the Mexican Revolution. Now this view is being challenged by a new generation of historians, who point out that Diaz originally rose to power in alliance with anti-conservative forces and was a modernising force as well as a dictator. Drawing together the threads of this revisionist reading of the Porfiriato, Garner reassesses a political career that spanned more than forty years, and examines the claims that post-revolutionary Mexico was not the break with the past that the revolutionary inheritors claimed.

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Book details

List price: $54.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 8/2/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 280
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.65" tall
Weight: 0.924
Language: English

Preface and Acknowledgements
Porfirio Diaz and Mexican Historiography: Porfirismo, Anti-Porfirismo and Neo-Porfirismo
Anti-Porfirismo
Porfirismo
Neo-Porfirismo
The Foundations of Porfirian Mexico: Liberalism, Authoritarianism and the Patriotic Struggle, 1855-67
Provincial origins: Diaz and Oaxaca, 1830-55
Diaz's 'conversion' to liberalism
The authoritarian tradition: caudillismo and militarism
The entry into politics: the Revolution of Ayutla, 1854
National Guard commander and popular liberal, 1855-67
The Long Road to the Presidency, 1867-76
The presidential campaign of 1867
The Diaz brothers in Oaxaca, 1867-71
The Rebellion of La Noria, 1871-72
The campaign against Lerdo, 1872-76
The Tuxtepec campaign, 1876
Pragmatic Liberalism, 1876-84
The principles of Porfirian politics
The elections of 1880
The presidency of Manuel Gonzalez, 1880-84
The Consolidation of Power: Patriarchal Liberalism, 1884-1911
Political practice after 1884
Elections and re-elections
Diaz and the governors
The military
The church
The press
The cult of personality
Pax porfiriana?
Diplomacy, Foreign Policy and International Relations, 1876-1911
The parameters of foreign policy
Diaz and foreign policy
Mexico and the USA
Mexico and the European powers
The international image of Mexico in the Fiestas del Centenario, 1910
Paying for Order and Progress: Economic Development, 1876-1911
The evolution of economic policy
Indicators of progress
The Price of Order and Progress: The Decline and Fall of the Diaz Regime, 1900-11
Revolutionary historiography and the demise of the regime
The regional impact of Porfirian development
National political crisis
The Creelman interview, 1908
Anti-re-electionism and Maderismo
Epilogue and Conclusions
Glossary
Bibliographical Essay
Chronology
Map: Mexico in the Diaz era
Index
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