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Mexican Revolution 2

Mikey Thomson and Ryan Guglielmo

TermDefinition
hacienda a large estate or plantation with a dwelling house.
haciendado the owner of a hacienda.
mestizos a man of mixed race, especially the offspring of a Spaniard and an American Indian.
pueblo villages
Porfirio Diaz Dictator of Mexico that developed mining, oil drilling, and railways, in addition to increasing exports of raw agricultural products then fled to Paris which led to civil wars over succession.
Creoles Elites that was born white in Spanish america of Spanish parents.
Nobles ruled how much of the land? 25 percent
95% of the peasantry owned how much land? No land
Foreign investors own how much land? 25 percent
Francisco "Pancho" Villa Radical advocate for land reform, supported by farm workers, agricultural colonists, former soldiers, unemployed laborers, cowboys, and delinquents.
Emiliano Zapata Radical advocate for land reform, supported by farm workers, agricultural colonists, former soldiers, unemployed laborers, cowboys, and delinquents. Tried to return land to Indian Pueblos.
General Victoriano Huerta rose to presidency but was opposed by most leaders and was taken out of office by American President Woodrow Wilson.
Venustiano Carranza Commissioned the Mexican Constitution that promised land reform, restrictions on foreign economic control, labor laws (wage, hours, accident insurance, pensions, social benefits, restrictions on church and clergy and the right to unionize and strike.
Labor Party represented the labor movement
National Agrarian Party Represented the peasants
Revolution death toll 1 million people out of total population of 15 million.
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