3 edition of Mexican politics during the Juárez regime, 1855-1872. found in the catalog.
Mexican politics during the Juárez regime, 1855-1872.
Walter Vinton Scholes
in Columbia, Mo
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 179-185.
|Series||University of Missouri. The University of Missouri studies,, v. 30, University of Missouri studies (1926) ;, v. 30.|
|LC Classifications||F1233 .S37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||57063240|
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Juárez, city, northern Chihuahua estado (state), northern Mexico. It is located on the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte) opposite El Paso, Texas, U.S., with which it is connected by bridges. Formerly known as El Paso del Norte, it was renamed in for the Mexican president Benito Juárez, who. The political history of nineteenth-century Mexico has made a comeback. Until the s the research of Walter V. Scholes, Nelson Reed, Lesley Byrd Simpson, and others predominated, painting a picture of confusion, chaos, lawlessness, caudillo leadership, and economic instability. 1 Everyday folks did not appear in the narratives. Women were seemingly : Mark Wasserman.
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Benito Juárez (–), despite exile from 19 Mexico, became the first Native to serve as the 20 president of Mexico (Burke ; Weeks ).He was a champion for the poor and fellow Indians, increasing the standard of living and improving access to health care and education while also reducing the power of the Catholic Church in Mexico.
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Sinkin. From the stone cities of the Maya to the might of the Aztecs, from its conquest by Spain to its rise as a modern nation, Mexico boasts a rich history and.local and national politics rather than serving as tools of charismatic despots; and fourth, that women contributed mightily to all aspects of politics, economy, and society rather than having no influence over 1 Walter V.
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