Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?

Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?
Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?
Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?
Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?
Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?
Texas Revolution and Mexican Constitution: Federalists or Centralists?
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The people who formed the new Mexican government were called Federalists. They believed in sharing power between the states and the national government. Their opponents, called Centralists, believed that power should be concentrated in the national government of Mexico City.

In this annotation activity, students will compare and contrast the Federalist and Centralist viewpoints as they analyze the debate over the future of Mexico that will soon lead to the Texas Revolution.

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