POSTREVOLUTIONARYGOVERNMENTS ANDMEXICAN MIRACLE
Carranzas governmentCarranza was president from 1917-1920. Thegovernment confronted an economic, political,social and mili...
The governments of Obregon andCalles. Obregon chose PlutarcoCalles as his successor.Calles a military men andchurch group...
The Cristero Rebellion Unlike Obregon, who DECIDED not to Stronglyanti-clerical enforce the articles of theConstitution o...
The formation of the single party. Themilitary and the trade unions and rural Calles created the political party that cal...
The Maximato The period of 1928-1934, in which Elias Callesdirected Mexican politics presidents appointingEmilio Portes G...
The Cardenismo Lazaro Cardenascame to power. Duringthe first years of theirgovernment over athousand workersstaged strike...
 As a reaction to thenationalization of oil, thegovernment of the UnitedStates organized aboycott againstMexico. Because ...
The Mexican Miracle From 1940-1952 Mexico had a great opportunityto develop case the industrial powers were in theSecond ...
The Stabilizer DevelopmentStage The finance of the industry was achieved fromexternal debt. To support the development o...
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  1. 1. POSTREVOLUTIONARYGOVERNMENTS ANDMEXICAN MIRACLE
  2. 2. Carranzas governmentCarranza was president from 1917-1920. Thegovernment confronted an economic, political,social and military crisis. But Carranzaorganized a strong government.He died assassinated when he ran away.
  3. 3. The governments of Obregon andCalles. Obregon chose PlutarcoCalles as his successor.Calles a military men andchurch groups to launch arevolt led by Adolfo de laHuerta which lasted only afew months. Calles wonthe election of 1924 andwas to remain Mexicospresident until 1934.
  4. 4. The Cristero Rebellion Unlike Obregon, who DECIDED not to Stronglyanti-clerical enforce the articles of theConstitution of 1917, Calles Decided to do sowhich violent had very importantconsequences. Angered, Calles struck back byoutlawing religious processions and closingchurch schools, monasteries and convents.
  5. 5. The formation of the single party. Themilitary and the trade unions and rural Calles created the political party that called PNR(National Party Revolutionary). Later became toPRM (Mexican Revolutionary Party). Then ManuelAvila Camacho chanced to PRI (InstitutionalRevolutionary Party)
  6. 6. The Maximato The period of 1928-1934, in which Elias Callesdirected Mexican politics presidents appointingEmilio Portes Gil, Pascual Ortiz Rubio and AbelardoRodriguez, known as "Maximato de Calles". Thegovernment suffered a terrible economic crisis to bemet as The Great Depression.
  7. 7. The Cardenismo Lazaro Cardenascame to power. Duringthe first years of theirgovernment over athousand workersstaged strikes in whichdemanded theimmediate solution oftheir problems.It promulgated theconstitution of 1917.
  8. 8.  As a reaction to thenationalization of oil, thegovernment of the UnitedStates organized aboycott againstMexico. Because of theinternal and externalpressures thegovernment of LazaroCardenas decided tosupport the candidacy ofAvila Camacho. He tookthe posession of the
  9. 9. The Mexican Miracle From 1940-1952 Mexico had a great opportunityto develop case the industrial powers were in theSecond World War and products neededMexican industry provided them with all that theycould not produce because their industry was inthe manufacture of weapons for war.
  10. 10. The Stabilizer DevelopmentStage The finance of the industry was achieved fromexternal debt. To support the development of the industry, theMexican governments, maintained high taxes toimport products, so the people bought the thingsmade by the country.

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