INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1900-1913 (Latin American Monographs, No. 14)

INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1900-1913 (Latin American Monographs, No. 14)
INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1900-1913 (Latin American Monographs, No. 14) INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1900-1913 (Latin American Monographs, No. 14) INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1900-1913 (Latin American Monographs, No. 14) INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1900-1913 (Latin American Monographs, No. 14)
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PublishingDate: (1968)
Publisher: Austin: University of Texas Press
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
Dust Jacket: Very Good
Edition: 1st edition
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Austin:University of Texas Press. (1968). 1st edition. xi+329pp. With 3 maps and 2 diagrams. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Black boards lighly mottled, with title on spine still bright. Page edges soiled. Internally end-pages age toned but free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges and folds. Not price clipped and still in very good condition. *"This book is a case study of intellectuals in the Mexican Revolution, with specific reference to four men from San Luis Potosi, known in Mexico as "the cradle of the Revolution." These four men--engineer Camilo Arrriaga, journalist Juan Sarabia, school teacher Librado Rivera, and student and lawyer Antonio Diaz Soto y Gama-- played leadership roles in the "Precursor movement", commonly defined as all political precedents of the Revolution of 1910-1917, including the manifestoes, strikes, and armed uprisings dating from these men's founding of San Luis Potosis Club Liberal "Ponciano Arriaga" in 1900 to the outbreak of the Revolution in 1910."...dj

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