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The Green Revolution – Mexico

This page is an exploration of the Green Revolution in Mexico.

The term Green Revolution was actually coined in 1968  by former United States Agency for International Development (USAID) director William Gaud refering to modern mechanized high yield agriculture.

This site allows you to browse various articles I found relating to the topic. You can view them in any order or filter them by numerous criteria. Clicking on the links will send you to the our  semantic wiki site from which I draw this information. There you can expand your browsing to find correlations which expand  far beyond the green revolution and agriculture.

I draw no conclusions with this assortment of information. I simply construct relationships within the subject matter with the ultimate goal of being able to infer some basic causality.

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