From Insurrection to Revolution in Mexico: Social Bases of Agrarian Violence, 1750-1940 Hardcover – Jan 21 1987
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"Although From Insurrection to Revolution in Mexico pursues a variety of engaging issues, it is firmly organized around a central question: Why did Father Miguel Hidalgo's massive peasant uprising of 1810 fail to transform colonial society and why, by contrast, did the several agrarian movements of 1910 contribute fundamentally to a social revolution? . . . Its ambitious scope, original research, convincing contrasts, and direct encounter of theory and primary evidence are qualities that place this book among the best recent contributions to historical sociology."--John Walton, American Journal of Sociology
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In 1910, Emilio Zapata led the villagers of Anenecuilco, in the state of Morelos south of Mexico City, in a fight over lands claimed by a nearby sugar estate. Read the first page
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