In the Absence of Don Porfirio: Francisco Leon de la Barra and the Mexican Revolution.
Henderson, Peter V. N.

Wilmington: Scholarly Resources Inc., 2000. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in very good dust jacket. Light wear to edges of the boards with some bumping to the heel of the spine. Dj has some minor wear to the edges of the covers with a bit of scuffing also. 338 pages with a few illustrations, 5 appendices (1. the Treaty of Ciudad Juarez, May 21, 1911, 2. De la Barra's inaugural address, May 25, 1911, 3. list of governors, 1910-1911, 4. the vice-presidential election, October 1, 1911, 5. De la Barra's farewell address, November 4, 1911), endnotes, bibliography, and index. An examination of the life and political career of Francisco Leon de la Barra, the interim preseident of Mexico in 1911 and his impact on the Mexican Revolution (Item ID: 10415)


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