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Run for the Border It is easier to run a revolution than a government Ferdinand E Marcos 1917-81 Filipino politician president Time New York 6 June 1977 Websters dictionary defines the word revolution as an overthrowing of government andor radical change Websters The usual goal of a revolution is to change something that the populace does not like The Mexican Revolution of 1910 was just that The changes made in the Mexican government during the first half of the twentieth century bear many resemblances to changes made during the French Revolution According to Brinton there are four stages to every revolution The preliminary stage was when both Mexico and France set up the problems to come in the future due to the leadership at that time The preliminary stage then led up to the first stage where frequent uprisings occurred against the government and sometimes even the people The third and perhaps most turbulent of the four stages was the crisis stage where some streets ran red with blood and order ran amuck The final stage is the recovery stage where the governments agreed upon a plan that would benefit the people who worked so hard for the changes to see the fruits of their labor The preliminary stage of the Mexican Revolution was much like that of the French Revolution President Porifirio Diaz was a prosperous President of Mexico for thirty-one years and ran the country much like Louis XVI of France Diaz gave most of the power to a select few while the majority of the country did not have the right to vote for the officials they wanted or to express their own opinions limitations that are similar to the third estate of the Ancien Regime With such conditions wealth was likewise concentrated in the hands of the few and injustice was everywhere in the cities and the countryside alike MexConnect With
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