“Plainly written and full of interesting detail, this book, produced in commemoration of the centennial of the Mexican Revolution, distills a great deal of valuable scholarship. It is especially strong on the borderlands region and Mexican-US relations, but it has something for everyone interested in the revolutionary process, from the origins of the conflict through the trials of institutionalization.”–Samuel Brunk, Professor of History, University of Texas--El Paso, and author, The Posthumous Career of Emiliano Zapata: Myth, Memory, and Mexico’s Twentieth Century
(Dr. Samuel Brunk 2013-01-30)
“Paying special attention to the northern borderlands perspective, The Mexican Revolution keenly interrogates Greater Mexican society at a time of formidable change. Richmond and Haynes have assembled a sterling collection.”—Andrew Grant Wood, Rutland Professor of American History, University of Tulsa
(Dr. Andrew Grant Wood 2013-02-11)
" [The Mexican Revolution] is highly recommended. The breadth of issues will appeal to graduate students and professionals" -- J. B. Kirkwood, Colby-Sawyer College
(J. B. Kirkwood Choice Magazine
About the Author
DOUGLAS W. RICHMOND is professor emeritus in history at the University of Texas at Arlington. He received his PhD from the University of Washington.
SAM W. HAYNES is a professor of history and director of the Center for Greater Southwestern Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington. His PhD is from the University of Houston.