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The new Constitution was promulgated on February 5th, 1917. It embodied the ideas of all the revolutionary groups, and included the liberties and rights of citizens, as well as the democratic and federal concepts of the 1857 Constitution. It also recognized social rights such as the right of workers to strike and to organize, the right to education and the right of the Nation to regulate private property in accordance with the common interest.
Valentine Writers. After 1723, American valentines began to grow with the import from England of valentine "writers." A writer was a booklet containing a vast array of verses and messages which could be copied onto gilt-edged letter paper or other decorative sheets. One popular writer contained not only "be my valentine" type verses for men to send, but also acceptance or "answers" which women could return
The Flag, as well as the Emblem and the National Anthem, are the symbols of our nation and they identify us as Mexicans. Our country became a free and sovereign nation when it gained its Independence. From then on, it has been known as Mexico. Like all of the countries in the world, it has a flag as one of its main symbols. Do you know what the colors of our flag stand for:
  • Green is for hope and victory.
  • White is for the purity of our ideals.
  • Red is for the blood our national heroes shed.