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Author: Jürgen Buchenau,William H. Beezley
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Title: State Governors in the Mexican Revolution, 1910–1952: Portraits in Conflict, Courage, and Corruption (Latin American Silhouettes)
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 16, 2009)
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State Governors in the Mexican Revolution, 1910–1952: Portraits in Conflict, Courage, and Corruption (Latin American Silhouettes) by Jürgen Buchenau,William H. Beezley



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xi, 207 p. : map ;, 24 cm. Series Statement: Latin American silhouettes. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Formatted Contents Note: The role of state governors in the Mexican Revolution, William H. Beezley Benito Jua?rez Maza of Oaxaca : a revolutionary governor?, Francie R. Chassen-Lo?pez Salvador Alvarado of Yucata?n : revolutionary reforms, revolutionary women, Stephanie J. Smith Plutarco Eli?as Calles of Sonora : a Mexican Jacobin, Ju?rgen Buchenau Adalberto Tejada of Veracruz : radicalism and reaction, Andrew Grant Wood Jose?

The only book that considers the state governors in comparative perspective, this invaluable study offers a fresh view of regionalism and the Revolution. 2017-10-25 Photographing the Mexican Revolution: Commitments, Testimonies, Icons (William and Bettye Nowlin Series in Art, History, and Culture of the Western Hemisphere). 2017-02-10 Zapata and the Mexican Revolution.

Jurgen Buchenau, William H. This unique volume examines revolutionary Mexico's state governors-the most significant intermediaries between the national government and the people it ruled. Leading scholars study governors from ten different states of Mexico during the eventful first half of the twentieth century to demonstrate the diversity of the governors' experiences over time, as well as the waxing and waning of strong governorship as an institution that disappeared in the powerful national regime created in the 1940s and 1950s.

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2009. State Governors in the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1952: Portraits in Conflict, Courage, and Corruption (e. with William H. Beezley). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2009. Mexican Mosaic: A Brief History of Modern Mexico. Wheeling, IL: Harlan Davidson, 2008. Plutarco Elías Calles and the Mexican Revolution. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006. Mexico OtherWise: Modern Mexico in the Eyes of Foreign Observers. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Tools of Progress: A German Merchant Family in Mexico City, 1865-present. LTAM 6300 Latin American Thought. My graduate advisees have been accepted to P. programs at Columbia University, Emory University, the University of New Mexico, University of Notre Dame, and the University of Maryland, among others.

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Portraits in Conflict, Courage, and Corruption. This unique book traces Mexico's eventful years from 1910 to 1952 through the experiences of its state governors. During this seminal period, revolutionaries destroyed the old regime, created a new national government, built an official political party, and then discarded in practice the essence of their revolution. In this tumultuous time, governors-some of whom later became president-served as the most significant intermediaries between the national government and the people it ruled.

State Governors in the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1952: Portraits in Conflict, Courage, and Corruption (Latin American Silhouettes). Jurgen Buchenau, William H. PETER J. SCHREIER is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, The University of Newcastle, Australia. in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2003.

William H. Beezley's Documents. The Human tradition in Latin America: The nineteenth century. State Governors in the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1952: Portraits in Conflict, Courage, and Corruption (Latin American Silhouettes). The human tradition in modern Latin America. The Human tradition in Latin America: the twentieth century. The Oxford History Of Mexico. Rituals of rule, rituals of resistance: public celebrations and popular culture in Mexico. Women and Equality: Changing Patterns in American Culture (Galaxy Book). The Cerebral Code: Thinking a Thought in the Mosaics of the Mind. A Plague of Insurrection: Popular Politics and Peasant Revolt in Flanders, 1323-1328 (The Middle Ages Series).

This unique book traces Mexico's eventful years from 1910 to 1952 through the experiences of its state governors. In this tumultuous time, governors-some of whom later bec This unique book traces Mexico's eventful years from 1910 to 1952 through the experiences of its state governors. The flexibility of state governors also offered test cases for the implementation of national revolutionary laws and campaigns. The only book that considers the state governors in comparative perspective, this invaluable study offers a fresh view of regionalism and the Revolution.

This unique book traces Mexico's eventful years from 1910 to 1952 through the experiences of its state governors. During this seminal period, revolutionaries destroyed the old regime, created a new national government, built an official political party, and then discarded in practice the essence of their revolution. In this tumultuous time, governors—some of whom later became president—served as the most significant intermediaries between the national government and the people it ruled. Leading scholars study governors from ten different states to demonstrate the diversity of the governors' experiences implementing individual revolutionary programs over time, as well as the waxing and waning of strong governorship as an institution that ultimately disappeared in the powerful national regime created in the 1940s and 1950s. Until that time, the contributors convincingly argue, the governors provided the revolution with invaluable versatility by dealing with pressing issues of land, labor, housing, and health at the local and regional levels. The flexibility of state governors also offered test cases for the implementation of national revolutionary laws and campaigns. The only book that considers the state governors in comparative perspective, this invaluable study offers a fresh view of regionalism and the Revolution.Contributions by: William H. Beezley, Jürgen Buchenau, Francie R. Chassen-López, Michael A. Ervin, María Teresa Fernández Aceves, Paul Gillingham, Kristin A. Harper, Timothy Henderson, David LaFrance, Stephen E. Lewis, Stephanie J. Smith, and Andrew Grant Wood.