The Mexican Explosion/ Chapter 7

The Mexican Explosion/ Chapter 7

 “Like our popular fiestas, the Revolution was an excess and a squandering, a going to extremes, an explosion of joy and hopelessness a shout of orphanhood and jubilation, of suicide and life, all of them mingled together” (Octavio Perez)

   “…in that explosion, much was unclear: Who won? Who lost? What were the goals, and were they achieved? And were the results worth the loss of more than one million lives?”(Burns and Charlip, 2007:179).

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