The Underdogs Essay

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Several families in Mexico, who were a minority of the fifteen million people living in Mexico, owned a monopoly over the economy and were in control of the countries wealth. The majority of the others in Mexico were farmers who were extremely poor and had next to no political voice in Mexico. The revolution broke out when Francisco Madero led a series of strikes throughout the country...
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Shortly thereafter, Madero gained supporters, which consisted of Pancho Villa in the North, and the peasant Emiliano Zapata in the South. Peasant women also joined in the revolution against the government. Diaz, unable to control the spread of the rebellion, resigned in May, 1911 and signed of the Treaty of Ciudad Juarez...
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