Mexican Revolution

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by lizmo
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Mexican Revolution

Band WagonSocial Revolutions have been apparent in history for centuries as seen through the Haitian and French revolutions among others. It is a common for the lower class to revolt due to oppression, attempting to make their own system of government. As we have all heard before, history is bound to repeat itself, and to prevent future uprisings mexico should convert and become a socialist society. Social revolutions result in many fatalities, and larger class division.

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Inside in the Mexican Revolution

By: Omosede & Liz

Zapata fought to help his people exercise their right to equality, and shared wealth throughout the population.

Zapata would think that the class split and social revolutions would continue to reoccur if socialism did not spread through mexico.

Both Zapata and his followers believed in their cause so much that they fought to the death."It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees"-Emiliano Zapata.

The mexican Revolutionaries formed a constitutional republic where they could create their own set of rules which they would abide by.

The Mexican People fighting for equality

Zapata represented the majority of the mexican population which primarily consisted of middle and lower class; he fought for something he genuinely cared about and personally understood, as did those who fought beside him, for they themselves were peasants.

Emiliano Zapata was a peasant military leader in the Mexican Revolution

Socialism a political and economic idea in which property is equally divided and does not remain with one individual.


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