Write An Essay On Benito Pablo Garcia

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Benito Pablo Juárez García was a Mexican politician and lawyer of indigenous origin, also called "Benemérito de las Américas" and recognized as one of the presidents of Mexico; also by his famous phrase:
"Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace" He was born on March 21, 1806 in the town of San Pablo Guelatao, and was the son of Marcelino Juárez and Brígida García. He was orphaned when he was three years old and left in charge of his paternal grandparents. When his grandparents died he was placed in the custody of his uncle Bernardino Juárez. On December 17, 1818, Benito made the decision to travel to his hometown of Oaxaca, and with the help of his sister Josefa, who worked for the Maza family, he got a job taking care of the farm.

Days later, he met a Franciscan priest of the third order named Antonio Salanueva and admitted him as an apprentice bookbinder. On January 7, 1819, the Franciscan received him in his home and workshop and sent him
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He maintained an itinerant government between the different states, pursued by the federal army and with minimal resources. He had to flee to Guanajuato, where he was officially named president, he tried to organize his government by appointing his cabinet. From Guanajuato, interim president Benito Juarez sent his first manifesto to the nation on January 19, 1858, in which he called on the Mexican people to join their cause. Finally, forced by the circumstances of the war left with direction to Guadalajara on February 13 of the same year. Shortly thereafter, to save himself he had to embark along with his cabinet and other people to Panama, crossed the Atlantic Ocean to travel to Havana and then to New Orleans where he arrived on April
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