Northern Separatism During the Mexican Revolution: An Inquiry into the Role of Drug Trafficking, 1910-1920 *

@article{Sandos1984NorthernSD,
  title={Northern Separatism During the Mexican Revolution: An Inquiry into the Role of Drug Trafficking, 1910-1920 *},
  author={James A. Sandos},
  journal={Americas},
  year={1984},
  volume={41},
  pages={191-214}
}
Regional separatism in Mexico, especially in the north, has been one of the most persistent and difficult to explain problems in the historiography of the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920. It is well known that men of the north ( nortenos ) made the Revolution, in large part, and finally succeeded in winning political power. But nortenos, even those who followed Francisco I. Madero and after his fall, continued the struggle under the Constitutionalist banner, failed to agree among themselves… Expand
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