The Mexican Revolution was long and bloody. It should be of interest to the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. It began in 1910. Francisco Madero was the Liberal candidate for the presidency, but Porfirio Díaz, using strong arm tactics, was reelected. Madero was imprisoned and then went into exile in the US. He called on the Mexican people to rise on November 20 in defense of the Plan de San Luis Potosí which called for the deposition of Porfirio Díaz and the restoration of democracy. Madero crossed into Mexico, but finding little support, soon returned t…
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