Critics say Mexican Revolution's goals are elusive





As Mexico prepares to mark 100 years since a revolution fought to install democracy and improve the lot of the country's landless peasants, many are focusing on how short it fell from its mark.

Mexico's democracy is anemic and the plight of the poor remains largely unchanged, critics say.

Two protest marches were planned in Mexico City on Friday to denounce what organizers called the failures of the bloody, seven-year conflict that began Nov. 20, 1910, and saw peasant armies led by mustachioed heroes Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa topple the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz....



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