his355 | undergraduate
The History Of Modern Mexico
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Aftermath of the Revolution
- Analyze Mexicoâs overtures and relationships with Europe and the United States from the 1920s to the 1960s.
- Summarize how Mexico developed its political philosophy: The Stabilization.
- Summarize the significance of the Great Depression on Mexico from the Mexican point of view.
- Determine the effect of the fluid border between Mexico and the United States.
- Predict the future of Mexicoâs place in the world.
- Summarize Mexican cultural, social, religious, and political issues since 1946.
Separating from Spain â Growing Pains and Revolutions
- Identify factions that led to Mexicoâs independence from Spain.
- Analyze the upheavals that led people to form the Mexican Constitution in 1824.
- Relate the liberalism of Mexico to its politics, philosophy, and religion.
- Contrast the DÃaz regime with previous presidencies.
- Differentiate between the modernization of rural and urban areas during the DÃaz presidency.
- Analyze the disparity in social structure under DÃaz.
Twentieth Century Revolutionary Mexico
- Identify the factors that led to the Revolution of 1910.
- Analyze the shift in power between the Mexican borderlands and urban centers.
- Contrast the social structures and laws of the DÃaz era with those after the Revolution.
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