The Mexican Revolution Of 1910

1619 WordsDec 8, 20167 Pages
The Mexican Revolution of 1910 set many influences in motion shaping the course of Mexican history between 1920 up into the 2000s. There are several patterns that take its cue from the Revolution include the creation and long standing existence of a one political party rule. The Mexican Revolution is an extremely long and complicated subject to perceive without much background information, but in summation the Revolution was an attempt to end a dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz and to establish a constitutional republic. Many problems arose during the Revolution, including several divided groups lead by strong willed individual lovely referred to as revolutionaries these included Francisco Madero, Pascual Orozco, Pancho Villa, and Emiliano Zapata. With threatening political crisis among competing Mexican elites and the opportunity for agrarian insurgence lead to the outbreak of the Revolution. The Revolution would leave lasting influences such as those on Mexico far beyond the imagination thought possible. The first pattern set noticeably in history would the creation and long standing institution of a one-party rule over Mexican government. The first election of a Mexican President after the removal of Porfirio Diaz was in 1920 with Alvaro Obregon. (CMH, 425) Obregon would face harsh economic trouble during a post-World War I economy. The most important aspect of his presidency would be to finally implement the constitution that had been written in 1917. Obregon faces a Mexico
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