Mexican Bad Man

Beals, Carleton
June 1938
New Republic;6/8/38, Vol. 95 Issue 1227, p122
Comments on the leadership of General Saturnino Cedillo, the self-made baron of the revolutionary period in Central Mexico. Selfishness of Cedillo to own lands; Recognition of Cedillo as an ardent admirer of Hitler and the Nazi doctrines; Opposition of Cedillo against the village communal system.


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