Zapata and the Mexican Revolution

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Knopf, 1969 - History - 435 pages
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A biography of the Mexican patriot who organized and led his rural community in resistance to the central government

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Extremely informative and answered a lot of questions I had. It was exciting to have already been most of the way through the book when I visited Mexico. I saw a statue of Zapata in Cholula, Puebla ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daryl Schmidt - Goodreads

Extremely informative and answered a lot of questions I had. It was exciting to have already been most of the way through the book when I visited Mexico. I saw a statue of Zapata in Cholula, Puebla ... Read full review

Contents

A People Chooses a header
5
President Diaz Elects a Governor 1
11
The Planters Progress 3 7
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Copyright

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Womack is a professor of history at Harvard University.

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