Here is a fishbone diagram to illustrate the Mexican revolution. The Mexican Revolution was a major revolution that included a series of armed struggles that changed Mexican culture and government. The revolution broke out in 1910, mainly because the 31-year-old Porfirio Diaz regime became increasingly unpopular, and the regime failed to find a solution to the problem of controlling the succession of the president. This led to power struggles among competing elites, which provided opportunities for land uprisings. Learn more details from this fishbone diagram, or try to make yours with ease.
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