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Page 1. On the other hand, this centralization resulted in higher levels of poverty, rural misery, corruption, and the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few. Describe the main contours of the Porfiriato.

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In what ways did the Mexican Revolution transform the role of women in both urban and rural areas? The Constitution of was a progressive document that extended rights to all Mexicans, broke down the traditional privileges enjoyed by the wealthy few, and curbed the power of the Catholic Church.


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  5. Did the Constitution transform Mexico or did it remain a hollow document, lacking in full force? In what ways did religious motives spill over into social class issues and pit isolated rural communities against the emerging urban-centered governments? Race and ethnic divisions played key roles in conflicts in Peru, Mexico, and Brazil in the 19th and 20th centuries.

    What lay at the foundation of these recurrent outbreaks and were they resolved?

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