Confederacion Regional Obrera Mexicana led by Luis Morones
President during WWI years. Domestic Reforms, Labor, and Agrarian reforms.
The US ambassador to mexico who portrayed Calles as a communist. Was fired by Coolidge
Part of Article 27 in 1917. oil lands could not be seized
article 3 of the Mexican Const.
All public edu would be secular, separate from church
Secretary of edu. Anti-positivist
US ambassador to Mexico
Successor to Obregon in 1924-1934. Radical rep. land owners. Loss of property. Church leaders recognized Calles as an anticleric.
leader of CROM, est. a balance between labor and capital.
--, US ambassador to Mexico who settled the issues in the oil industry
was a Roman Catholic militant who assassinated general Álvaro Obregón, president elect of Mexico in 1928.
The Cristero Rebellion
Under Calles' presidency, this was the battle between church and state.
Oil lands could not be seized if the nation performed a positive act, like building an oil derrick.
1930 to 1932, having previously served as Governor of Michoacán from 1917 to 1918 and as secretary of communications from 1920 to 1921. Ortiz stood in the election of 17 November 1929 as the candidate of the newly-formed National Revolutionary Party, the forerunner of the PRI. His defeated opponent was José Vasconcelos, a former minister of education, national luminary against corruption and Calles's authoritarian rule, and candidate of the Anti-Re-election Party, However, Rubio was an ineffective leader.Alleging excessive interference in his presidency by former president Plutarco Elías Calles, whom Rubio demonstrated independence from while in office and still seriously shaken by an attempt on his life at the very start of his mandate he resigned the presidency on 4 September 1932. He was succeeded by interim president Abelardo L. Rodríguez.
Banco de Credito Ejidal
Emerged at the end of the Cardenas presidency in 1940; Haciendas were now a thing of the past.
President of Mexico (1934-1940). He brought major changes to Mexican life by distributing millions of acres of land to the peasants, bringing representatives of workers and farmers into the inner circles of politics, and nationalizing the oil industry 820
Confederation of Mexican Workers
Vicente Lombardo Toledano
He founded the Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM), the national labor federation most closely associated with the ruling party, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), for most of the last sixty-five years of that century.
Brazillian rebels of the oligarchy
a cattle owner elected prez. of Brazil by the tenetes
The Estado Novo
Vargas's government that went against communists and for European style fascism