High Lights of the Mexican Revolution by J. L. McLeish
Most of the chapters in this book were originally published as articles in an American Masonic magazine, so they contain as much editorializing as they do history. They are high interesting, however, because the provide enormous insight in the philosophical secularism and extreme anti-clericism that characterized the "consitutionalist" political movement in Mexico. The books is *virulently* anti-catholic, in a manner that is no longer "acceptable" in mainstream publications, but its evident hatred of the Catholic Church genuinely reflects the sentiment of Masonic leaders during the period of the Mexican revolution.
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