Oct 15 -- Toronto -- Ben McNally’s
Oct 16 -- NYC -- The Strand
Oct 17 -- Nashville -- Parnassus Books
Oct 18 -- Atlanta -- The Carter Library (hosted by A Capella Books)
Come! It's fun!
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Sulla died believing he had saved the Roman Republic. Boy was he ever wrong.
Direct Link: SBTS Epilogue- The Failure of the Sullan Constitution
Can you do any better? Can You Save The Roman Republic?
Check out the book: thestormbeforethestorm.com
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In the spring of 1911, Francisco Madero unleashed the tiger. Let's see if he can control it.
Direct Link: 9.09- The Tiger
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Francisco Madero had a plan, but it didn't really work.
Direct Link: 9.08- The Plan of San Luis
Choose Your Own Adventure Game: Can You Save The Republic?
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Welcome to Morelos. I'd like to introduce you to your host, Emiliano Zapata.
Direct Link: 9.07- Morelos
Hacia La Tormenta: https://www.planetadelibros.com/libro-hacia-la-tormenta/271150#soporte/274616
[UPDATE: Fixed the direct link to the episode. Enjoy!]
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After Porfirio Diaz said he would welcome a democratic opposition, many foolishly took him at his word.
Direct Link: 9.06- The Presidential Succession of 1910
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Just as Mexico was being kicked around by an economic crisis, Porfirio Diaz dropped a political bombshell.
Direct Link: 9.05- The Creelman Interview
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Porfirio Diaz ruled Mexico for so long they named a whole section of Mexican history after him.
Direct Link: 9.04- The Porfiriato
In the years after independence, Mexico was a bit unstable.
Direct Link: 9.03- Mexico
In 1810, Father Hidalgo let forth the Cry of Dolores.
Direct Link: 9.02- The Cry of Dolores
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Just by way of refresher, since I know everyone took such good notes during episode 5.1 and 5.2
Direct Link: 9.01- New Spain
[Update: Biffed on Bartolomé de las Casas. Called him "Bernardo de la Casta" for reasons passing understanding. Fixed now.]
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