Taking account of the divergent interpretations of the Mexican revolution, Very Short Introduction offers a succinct narrative and analysis, using carefully considered sources. While placing the conflict alongside other 'great' revolutions, Alan Knight addresses the causes of the upheaval, outlining the armed conflict between 1910 and 1920, explaining how a durable regime was consolidated in the 1920s, and summing up the social reforms of the Revolution, which culminated in the radical years of the 1930s.
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|Number Of Pages||152|
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|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Studio||Oxford University Press|