This introductory chapter first sets out the book's primary goals: to explain how a workers' revolution within the revolution contributed to later political peace in Mexico; how the workers' revolution was fundamentally different from the other great revolutions of the early twentieth century, particularly in Russia; and illustrates how the Mexican workers' revolution shaped the country's institutions well into the present day. The chapter then provides a brief summary of Mexico's revolution followed by an overview of the subsequent chapters.
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