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Sons of the Sierra: Juarez, Diaz, and the People of Ixtlan, Oaxaca, 1855-1920

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9780807857878
Author(s): Patrick J. McNamara
Format: Paperback
Year: 2007
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Dimensions: 151 x 240 x 18 (w x l x h)
Pages: 282

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The period following Mexico's war with the United States in 1847 was characterized by violent conflicts, as liberal and conservative factions battled for control of the national government. The civil strife was particularly bloody in south central Mexico, including the southern state of Oaxaca. In "Sons of the Sierra," Patrick McNamara explores events in the Oaxaca district of Ixtln, where Zapotec Indians supported the liberal cause and sought to exercise influence over statewide and national politics.
Two Mexican presidents had direct ties to Ixtln district: Benito Jurez, who served as Mexico's liberal president from 1858 to 1872, was born in the district, and Porfirio D-az, president from 1876 to 1911, had led a National Guard battalion made up of Zapotec soldiers throughout the years of civil war. Paying close attention to the Zapotec people as they achieved greater influence, McNamara examines the political culture of D-az's presidency and explores how D-az, who became increasingly dictatorial over the course of his time in office, managed to stay in power for thirty-five years. McNamara reveals the weight of memory and storytelling as Ixtln veterans and their families reminded government officials of their ties to both Jurez and D-az. While Jurez remained a hero in their minds, D-az came to represent the arrogance of Mexico City and the il Please click here to ask a question
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