In the 19th century, Mexico was considered the most economically developed country among the young states of Latin America. She received loans from the United States, England and other countries, which allowed her to strengthen a number of industries (mining, textiles, etc.). A movement for more decisive bourgeois reforms was growing in the country. But this was hampered by the dictatorship of the country’s ruling President Santa Ana. His power, like the power of most dictators, rested on soldier’s bayonets.
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