Index
Abrams, Philip, 19
Acculturation, migration-induced, 61-
62
Adams Gum, 76
Agrarian reform: American landown-
ers reaction to, 35-36, 38; American
losses due to, 37,
37n.
14; Constitu-
tion of1917 legitimization of, 87; and
deJensas sociales, 236; and expropria-
tion (see Expropriation); impact of
Apache Wars on, 152n. 9; impact on
American capital investment, 38-39;
Madero on, 79, 82; Obregon role in,
34; and patterns ofAmerican invest-
ment, 48-50, 74-77; and patterns
ofMexican and Spanish investment,
49- 50; peasant initiation of, 70; pol-
icies ofrebel leaders, 255; provisions
ofArticle 27 for, 269-71; reasons for
delay in, 66-67; U.S. reaction to,
36-39, 254-55; and vil/ista national-
ization ofhaciendas, 86; vil/ista
versus carrancista policy of, 250-55;
Woodrow Wilson on, 242; zapatista,
86; by zapatistas, 86. See also Munic-
ipal Land Law of1905; Peasants:
dispossession of; Plan de San Luis
de Potosi
Agraristas. See Agrarian reform
ElAgricultor, 174, 196n. 42
Agriculture: and Caste War, 185-86;
coffee monoculture, 286, 290; com-
mercialization of, 68, 72, 132, 139-40,
175, 198, 263, 286, 286n. 20; end of
price supports in, 290; henequen
monoculture (see Henequen mono-
culture); labor-repressive, 56-57;
maize, 290; subsistence, 139-40;
sugar monoculture (see Sugar mono-
culture)
Agroindustrialization. See Agriculture:
commercialization of
Aguilar, Juan, 117
Aguilar Camin, Hector, 252
Aguirre, Reidecel, 226
Aldrich-Baruch-Guggenheim, 84
Alonso, Ana Maria, 6, 13, 224n. 23,
225n. 26,
232,
246
Althusser, Louis, 323
Alvarado, Salvador, 173, 203
Alvarez, Natividad, 164
Amarillas, Ciro, 157
Amaya, Simon, 90, 91
'~mericanization
in the Americas"
(Roseberry), 15
Amnesty International, 289
Anaya, Celso, 90,
91
ANCIEZ
(Alianza Nacional Campesina
Independiente Emiliano Zapata),
293,294
Anderson, Benedict, 12, 22, 148, 167n.
48, 210
Anderson Clayton Co., 38
Angeles, Felipe, 89n.
I,
92, 245
Anglo-Canadian Agua Azul, 58
Anti-Americanism: among political
parties, 243; due to political inter-
ventions, 52; and intellectuals, 47-
48, 245; and Mexican nationalism,
70; in Mexican Revolution, 27, 46-
47; ofmiddle class,
234n.
51; poten-
tial for, 44-45; related to types of
American economic interests, 56;
revisionist scholarship on, 53; of
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