This person was a heroic leader of the Mexican Revolution. Following the Revolution, this individual tried to implement better agrarian methods and laws.
This person was a dictator who believed in progress, science and free enterprise. Many people thought that this person would deliver the country from feudalism, although it did not happen.
This person wrote a meditation on Mexico's history, with the belief that the only hope for mankind was science and reason.
This person was an anti-intellectual who philosophized, supported intuition, and regarded emotion as the only device that could understand material aspects.
Upon arrival, this individual discovered a large number of cities, all part of a vast civilization. After conquering them, this person forged alliances with rivals and offered gifts.
This person regarded life as death without end, where one would continually fall into...
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