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The Mexican Revolution: A Short History, 1910-1920by Stuart Easterling
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"An excellent account and analysis of the Mexican Revolution. . . . This study combines qualities not usually found in a single volume."—Samuel Farber, Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959: A Critical Assessment
Long after its outbreak, the Revolution remains the defining moment in Mexico's modern history. Yet elements of its history continue to be debated. Who were the winners and losers? Did its heroes accomplish their goals? This title addresses these questions in an accessible style aimed at students and general readers.
Stuart Easterling is a PhD candidate in Mexican history at the University of Chicago.
Why did the Mexican Revolution happen? What makes it distinctive? Was it even a revolution at all?
Long after its outbreak, the revolution remains the defining moment in Mexicos modern history. Yet the debate over its legacy continues to this day. In a comprehensible style, aimed at students and general readers, The Mexican Revolution recounts the revolutions main events, sorts through its internal conflicts, and asks whether or not its leaders achieved their goals.
About the Author
Stuart Easterling is a Ph.D. candidate in Mexican History at the University of Chicago.
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