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The Last Coup d’État in Mexico, 100 Years Hence

By RICARDO CASTILLO At the private club called the House of Coahuila, located in the lovely southern Mexico City’s Coyoacán municipality in Churubusco, right across the street from the Interventions Museum, every May 21, we commemorate the death by way of assassination in 1920 of Coahuila-born Mexican President Venustiano Carranza. Actually, many enthusiasts even organize trips into the Puebla mountains

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Ambassador Wilson’s 10 Tragic Days

By RICARDO CASTILLO One person not mentioned in Mexico during last Sunday’s official ceremony commemorating the 107th anniversary of the Feb. 9, 1913, Loyalty March was U.S. Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson. The ceremony held at Chapultepec Castle was a reenactment of the march led by then-democratically elected Francisco I. Madero from his home to the National Palace. The date also

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