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10 June, 10:17

What persuaded native Mexican citizens and rural citizens to unify and take a stand against Porfirio Diaz?

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  1. 10 June, 11:14
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    Porto Diaz was a Mexican Dictator who was oust by his people on the 25th of May 1911. He had been a dictator for more than 30 years before several events led up to his ousting.

    In 30 years of his government, he was able to modernize the country, build a large transport network, improve oil production and amplify mining of resources.

    However, he kept power with a mixture of bribery and election rigging which meant many of the rich in the society prospered under his regime.

    People in the countryside, especially the farmers were economically squeezed due to his policies.

    Eventually, a silent opposition turned more revolutionary in nature led by Francisco Madero which eventually saw the dictator live the rest of his life in Paris.
  2. 10 June, 12:15
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    mandaro's campaign

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    the other one is correct but heres a simpler answer
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