Historias 107- State Consolidation in Post-Revolutionary Mexico with Sarah Osten

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Dr. Sarah Osten, associate professor of history at the University of Vermont, joined Steven to discuss the complex story of state consolidation in Mexico following the cessation of revolutionary violence and nationwide fighting.

Out of the Shadows: Violence and State Consolidation in Postrevolutionary Mexico, 1927–1940

The Mexican Revolution’s Wake: The Making of a Political System, 1920–1929 (2018)


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