Between 1910 and 1929 almost a million people left Mexico to escape the revolution that left their motherland in shambles. This exodus jumpstarted today's Latinzation of America's Southwest. In this book, The Children of the Revolución tell the stories of their ancestors who risked it all to make this journey.
Neftali Garcia, PhD provides the historic backdrop. The stories are told by the descendants of those who were forced out of Mexico. With Lionel Sosa as editor, the totality of the work of historians and story tellers provide new insights into how the Mexican Revolution changed America forever.