Mexico, the End of the Revolution

Mexico, the End of the Revolution

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Reveals how the social pact that defines the Mexican Revolution was betrayed from within by bureaucrat-professionals in the government and undermined from without by economic forces operating behind the scenes and beyond human control.Most of the older tenement children attended school, but finishing the sixth grade was a difficult achievement. ... school the only teacher taught the first grade from 9 A.m. to noon, the second grade from 1 P.m. to 4 P.m., and the third grade fromanbsp;...

Title:Mexico, the End of the Revolution
Author: Donald Clark Hodges, Daniel Ross Gandy, Ross Gandy
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 2002

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