|Genres||Biography Drama History Short|
|Director||Edward L. Cahn|
Brainerd Duffield (story)
Doane R. Hoag (as Doane Hoag)
|Cast||Paul Guilfoyle John Nesbitt|
|Plot||A growing economic disparity occurs in early twentieth century Mexico, when the farmers of the country are deep in debt, that debt passed down through generations within a family. Much of this situation is due to the dictatorship of President Diaz and his laws to support the rich. Wealthy landowner Don Francisco Madero, the type of person for who the current laws support, tries to help those in financial need, who he believes are unjustly treated by those laws and their associated actions. He writes a book called The Presidential Succession, which condemns Diaz's government. Although Diaz uses his power to quash Madero, Madero's popularity within the common man cannot be quashed, which ultimately leads to Madero being elected President. However in believing in true democracy and fairness for all, Madero's fate is left with those with economic power, they who choose to use the power he left for them against him. He ultimately has to choose between keeping true to his beliefs or risk death. Madero's legacy continues on after his death in the quest by the masses for true democracy in Mexico.... search for Madero of Mexico on IMDb|
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