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The Fall and Rise of Power
The Mexican Revolution was the battle to limit the power that the government could induce upon its people. A nation tired of corruption and deceit was ready to begin something new. The Revolution that started as a movement to end the presidential power of the corrupt Porfirio Diaz, ended with the creation of perhaps the most powerful Mexican President, Lazaro Cardenas. Two presidents, one causes the spark of a revolution to reduce the presidential power, and the other ends the revolution more powerful than anyone had imagined.
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