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Smashing the European Order: Women and the Mexican Revolution

A visual primary source to show how states around the world challenged the existing political and economic order at the start of the twentieth century.

Bram Hubbell
Bram Hubbell
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Smashing the European Order: Women and the Mexican Revolution

The Source

In Monday’s post, I discussed using the Plan of Ayala to highlight early twentieth-century revolutions against the existing European political and economic order. I want to share one visual source that is another way to have students learn about the Mexican Revolution.


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