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THE STORM THAT SWEPT MEXICO

Revolutionary Leaders

  • Aired: 05/13/2011
  • 11:12
  • Rating: NR
When does working for social change become revolution? In this lesson, students will study key figures from the Mexican Revolution, including Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa, and discuss what motivated them to take action, as well as examine the broad range of ways in which individuals stand up for their principles and beliefs.
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