Revolutions. Mexico 1810 & 1910. Gauchupine. Spanish v. Indians. Criollo. Spain’s Economic Policy Consolidation of Funds 44 million peso’s in loans called in 10,000 hacienda owners (Criollo) devastated 75% decline in silver mine production. Napolean. 1808 French Control Spain.
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Mexico 1810 & 1910
Spanish v. Indians
Consolidation of Funds
44 million peso’s in loans called in
10,000 hacienda owners (Criollo) devastated
75% decline in silver mine production
Sympathies and Economic Development Plan
Ideology and Colonialism
“ I would rather die on my feet than live on my knees”
Jose Ives Linamantour, Sec. of Treasury
Economic strategy to sell natural resources and agricultural lands to foreign investors and hacienda owners.
Ramon Corral, governor of Sonora
Seized Yaqui land then forced them into slavery in the Yucatan as a bonus to foreign investors.
Federal “Burnt Earth” Policy
Deregulation, Privatization, Cuts in wages, Social program, Labor Rights Violations,
Militarization, Neoconservative Ideology