Francisco Madero Read James Creelman's Interview With President Diaz

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Francisco Madero read James Creelman’s interview with President Diaz and thought that he would run for president and reform Mexico. Madero’s concerns were mainly political; he wanted voting to define something, and for people to express themselves freely. He was not sensitive to the famous desire to have access to land and to feed their families, neither was he very aware of the breaking in on peoples’ lands by farm work and extractive industries. In these early days, his courage to defeat Diaz rallied support throughout the

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