Mexican Revolution A Brief History with Documents

ISBN-10: 031253504X

ISBN-13: 9780312535049

Edition: 2012

Authors: Mark Wasserman

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List price: $20.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 3/2/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.660
Language: English

List of Illustrations
Introduction: The Causes, Course, and Consequences of the Mexican Revolution
The Background of the Revolution
The Origins of the Revolution
Victory, Counterrevolution, and Civil War
The Hard Life of the Revolution
The Results of the Revolution
International Ramifications
The Documents
The Causes of the Revolution
Partido Liberal Mexicano, The Program of the Mexican Liberal Party, 1906
James Creelman, Interview with Porfirio D�az, 1908
Francisco I. Madero, The Plan of San Luis Potos�, 1910
Emiliano Zapata, The Plan of Ayala, 1911
Francisco "Pancho" Villa, Dreams for a Future Mexico, ca. 1913
John Kenneth Turner, Barbarous Mexico, 1910
B. Traven, Corruption, 1931
Jos� Guadalupe Posada, The Bloody Events in the City of Puebla, 1910
At War
John Reed, Villa's Rules of War, 1914
John Reed, The Horrors of Battle, 1914
Francisco "Pancho" Villa, The Battle of Tierra Blanca, November 21, 1913
J. B. Trevi�o, A Losing General's Perspective, ca. 1916
Emiliano Zapata, The Possibility of Alliance with Villa, 1914
Alvaro Obreg�n, The Battle at Celaya, April 13-15,1915
Soldiers' Lives
John Reed, The Soldaderas, 1914
Anthony Quinn, A Soldier's Wife, 1972
Veterans of the Mexican Revolution, Experiences of the War, 1910-1920
Marcelo Caraveo, Fighting without Pay, 1911
Anita Brenner and George Leighton, Photographs of Soldiers and Soldaderas, ca. 1910-1920
Adelita, ca. 1910-1920
Civilians' lives
Gregorio L�pez y Fuentes, El Indio, 1937
Guillermo Bonfil Batalla, My Village during the Revolution, 1984
Edith Henry, The Death of Frank Henry, 1916
Frank Galv�n, Escaping the Revolution, 1973
Revolutionary Politics
Mart�n Luis Guzm�n, The Eagle and the Serpent, 1928
Venustiano Carranza, The Agrarian Law, January 6, 1915
Casa del Obrero Mundial, The Pact with Carranza and the Establishment of the Red Battalions, 1915
Eduardo Iturbide, A Counterrevolutionary Governs the Federal District, 1914
Luis Garc�a Pimentel, The Oligarchy's Perspective, 1912
Francisca Garc�a Ortiz, Speech to the Feminist Congress in Yucat�n, 1916
The Revolution's Achievements
Constitutional Convention, The Constitution of 1917: Article 27, 1917
Constitutional Convention, The Constitution of 1917: The Labor Provisions of Article 123, 1917
Rosalie Evans, Letters from Mexico, 1920-1923
International Ramifications
Henry Lane Wilson, Ten Tragic Days, 1913
Edith O'Shaughnessy, A Diplomats Wife, 1914
Walter Hines Page, The Zimmermann Telegram, 1917
Charles F. Simon, Testimony in Support of His Claim against the Republic of Mexico, 1919
Marion Letcher, American, British, and Mexican Investment in Mexico, 1911
The United States-Mexican Commission, The Bucareli Agreements, 1923
A Chronology of the Mexican Revolution (1810-1940)
Questions for Consideration
Selected Bibliography
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