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This book fills a significant gap in the scholarship of the Mexican revolution. Features: Explore the causes, course, and consequences of the Mexican Revolution in Coahuila. Examines the movements led by Coahuila's native sons, Madero and Carranza that helped to define the Mexican Revolution. Includes a detailed history of the north-eastern state of Coahuila from the late Porfirian era to approximately 1920. Evaluates the social, political, and economic developments that contributed to revolutionary activity within Coahuila and that helped to shape the movements led by Francisco I. Madero and Venustiano Carranza. Analyses the outcomes of the revolution and studies the reforms introduced thereafter.
Suzanne Pasztor is an Associate Professor of History and International Studies at the University of the Pacific, California. She is a specialist in Mexican history. This is her first book.