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Santa Anna was Mexico's president four times. he gave up the presidency twice, however, to serve Mexico in a more urgent cause he was leading the army in a effort to retain the territory in Texas.
the taxes revolt. mexico encouraged american citizens to move to Mexican territory of texted to help populate the country. some followed to go but had to follow the laws of mexico. tension grew between the colonist and mexico over slavery and religion.
The Texan leader Sam houstonb realesed Santa Anna after he promised to respect the independence of Texas when he came back he was quickly ousted from power
santa anna regained pwoer, thouigh, and fought against the unnirted states againe. the united states annexed rexas. outraded Mexicans considered this an act of aggression
Francisco Madero writes "Plan of San Luis Potosí" in San Antonio, Texas, calling for all Mexicans to rise up against the dictator on November 20, 1910.
Venustiano Carranza, governor of Coahuila, is declared First Chief in the fight against Huerta ("The Usurper") and including both Villa and Zapata. Alvaro Obregón leads Carranza's army.
Pancho Villa sacks Columbus, New Mexico in retaliation for the United States' recognition of his enemy Carranza. Eight U.S. soldiers and 10 U.S. civilians killed.
Mexico adopts the Constitution of 1917, claiming rights over the subsoil, instituting new regulations to benefit organized labor and decreeing sanctions against the Catholic Church.
Carranza took control over the government and then turned his army on his former revolutionary allies. both villa and Zapata continued to fight. in 1919, however, carranza lured zapata into a trapand murdered him.
although obregon seized power volatility he did not remain a dictator. instead he supported public education. schools taught a common language it was Spanish. and stressed nationalism. in the way his polices helped unite the various regain and people. nevertheless oregon was assassinated in 1928
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