There are several different economic, social, and political causes that credited to the start of the Mexican Revolution in 1910. In the second half of the eighteenth century to the start of the revolution in 1910, the economic base first started to show substantial growth but took a turn for the worse when foreign investors came into the scene. This caused a movement down hill to where the general working population where worried about what the future may hold. The same was happening in the worldwide economy. Social aspects of the Mexican Revolution can be attributed to the change of ownership of the land, which attributed to the weak social class structure, and the labor disputes that occurred because peoples’ revolt. Political causes to the Mexican Revolution can be related to the political workings of some of Mexico’s presidents and famous people that had involvement with the country. People like Porfirio Diaz, Benito Juarez, Francisco Madero, Emiliano Zapata, and many more all contributed somehow into the beginning the Mexican Revolution. With contribution from each spectrum of economics, social, politics, and the important events leading up to 1910, the Mexican Revolution became an important event in the history of Latin America that would leave a lasting impact for several years to come.
The economic causes of the Mexican Revolution became apparent in the presidency of Porfirio Diaz who was president leading up to and in the beginning stages
of the Mexican Revolution. Prior to and in the beginning stages of his presidency, Porfirio Diaz was able to increase economic growth and make a dramatic impact on the country of Mexico. This time period that changed everything worldwide started right after the start of Diaz’s presidency. This was the Industrial Revolution that immersed in 1880. With influences of the thriving Industrial Revolution, Porfirio Diaz was able to draw attention toward Mexico because of new, interested foreign investors...
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