The most notable changes in Mexico after the revolution were arguably the rise of the National Revolutionary Party known in modern times as the Institutional Revolutionary Party, the end of the feudal hacienda system, th... More »

The primary cause of the Mexican Revolution was the policies of the administration of Porfirio Díaz. The Díaz administration mistreated the poor and rural workers and implemented unpopular land laws that ceded the land o... More »

The Mexican Revolution ended the military regime of the dictator Porfirio Diaz. Major political, economic and social reforms were subsequently established in the country. More »

The French occupation of Mexico ended because the United States' assistance to the Mexican army was turning the endeavor into a costly one for France. Napoleon III felt that France's military interests were better served... More »

The Sepoy Rebellion of 1857 was the result of a number of aggressive policies imposed by the British upon their colonial Indian subjects in the years preceding the revolt. These included vast territorial expansion; divid... More »

The Mexican Revolution was caused by the policies of Dictator Porfirio Díaz Mori. The primary cause was several land laws passed by Mori that made it illegal for Mexican nationals to own land without a formal legal title... More »

The Green Revolution refers to the introduction of new agriculture methods that began in Mexico in 1945. The Green Revolution was initiated by the Mexican government to start new varieties of grain in the country to feed... More »

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