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Juan Alvarez

After fighting in the Mexican Battle of Independence, the Mexican-American Battle, and many other key military conflicts, he offered through the year 1855 as Mexico’s interim Chief executive. Before becoming a member of the battle for Mexican self-reliance in his early twenties, he was used like a cowboy and farmhand. He was instrumental in causing a 19th-century liberal period in Mexican background known as La Reforma. The boy of the Spanish-born ranchero and a rich Mexican mom, he spent his youngsters in Atoyac de Alvarez and Mexico Town, Mexico. In 1854, Alvarez led a trend that achieved Benito Juarez’s objective of closing the dictatorship of Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.

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