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ISBN:
029277026X
ISBN13:
978-0292770263
Author:
Ian Jacobs
Publisher:
Univ of Texas Pr; 1st edition (February 1, 1983)
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234 pages
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In Ranchero Revolt Ian Jacobs challenges this populist interpretation of the Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle class-rancheros-in the organization and final victory of the Revolution

In Ranchero Revolt Ian Jacobs challenges this populist interpretation of the Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle class-rancheros-in the organization and final victory of the Revolution.

In Ranchero Revolt Ian Jacobs challenges this populist interpretation of the Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle class-rancheros-in the organization and final victory of the Revolution. Jacobs focuses on the Revolution as it developed in Guerrero.

Ranchero Revolt book. Ranchero Revolt (Texas Pan American Series). 0292741197 (ISBN13: 9780292741195). In Ranchero Revolt Ian Jacobs challenges this populist interpretation of the Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle class-rancheros-in the organization and final victory of the Revolution. Jacob The Mexican Revolution has most often been characterized as the revolt of the oppressed rural masses against the conservative regime of Porfirio Diaz.

University of Texas Press, 1982 - History - 234 pages. Bibliographic information. Ranchero revolt: the Mexican Revolution in Guerrero Dan Danciger Publication Series The Texas Pan American series. From inside the book. Political Opposition in Guerrero during the Rule. University of Texas Press, 1982.

Ranchero Revolt In this book Ian Jacobs challenges the populist interpretation of the Mexican Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle class-rancheros-in the organization and final victory of the Revolution. University of Texas Press.

Personal Name: Jacobs, Ian, 1952-. Texas Pan American series. General Note: Includes index. University of Texas Press, (c)1982. Physical Description: xxii, 234 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Title: Texas Pan American series.

Pp. iii + 227. Alan Knight (a1).

In this book Ian Jacobs challenges the populist interpretation of the Mexican Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle class-rancheros-in the organization and final victory of the Revolution.

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Texas–Pan American Broncs. The University of Texas–Pan American sponsored teams in seven men's and eight women's NCAA sanctioned sports, with women's soccer as the most recent addition in 2014. Texas–Pan American Broncs. University of Texas–Pan American. Western Athletic Conference.

The Texas Revolution (October 2, 1835 – April 21, 1836) was a rebellion of colonists from the United States and Tejanos (Texas Mexicans) in putting up armed resistance to the centralist government of Mexico

The Texas Revolution (October 2, 1835 – April 21, 1836) was a rebellion of colonists from the United States and Tejanos (Texas Mexicans) in putting up armed resistance to the centralist government of Mexico. While the uprising was part of a larger one that included other provinces opposed to the regime of President Antonio López de Santa Anna, the Mexican government believed the United States had instigated the Texas insurrection with the goal of annexation.

The Mexican Revolution has most often been characterized as the revolt of the oppressed rural masses against the conservative regime of Porfirio Díaz. In Ranchero Revolt Ian Jacobs challenges this populist interpretation of the Revolution by exploring the crucial role played by the rural middle classâ?rancherosâ?in the organization and final victory of the Revolution.

Jacobs focuses on the Revolution as it developed in Guerrero, the rebellious Mexican state still frequently at odds with central authority. His is the first account in English of the genesis and development of the Revolution in this important Mexican state and the first detailed history in any language of Guerrero in the period 1876 to 1940.

Stressing as it does the conservative tendencies of the Revolution in Mexico, Ranchero Revolt is a major contribution to revisionist history. It is a striking example of the trend toward local and regional studies of Mexican history that are transforming much of the conventional wisdom about modern Mexico.

Among these studies, however, Ranchero Revolt is unusual in its chronological scope, embracing not only the origins and military struggle of the Revolution but also the emergence of a new revolutionary state in the 1920s and 1930s. Especially valuable are Jacobs' descriptions of the agrarian developments that preceded and followed the Revolution; the vagaries of local factions; and the process of political centralization that took place first under Díaz and later under the revolutionary regimes.