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Benito Juárez

Data de nascimento: 21. Março 1806
Data de falecimento: 18. Julho 1872

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Benito Pablo Juárez García foi um estadista liberal mexicano que serviu cinco períodos como presidente do México: , , , , e . Por resistir à ocupação francesa, derrubar o imperador e restaurar a república, assim como por seus esforços em modernizar o país, Juárez é frequentemente lembrado como o maior e mais amado líder mexicano. Benito Juárez foi o primeiro líder mexicano a não ter passado militar, e também o primeiro indígena a servir como presidente do México e a comandar um país ocidental em mais de 300 anos.

Juárez nacionalizou os bens do clero em 1859. Era uma tentativa de resolver o problema agrário mexicano por meio da individualização da propriedade comunal. A proposta liberal de reforma agrária pretende reconstituir o campo em bases individualistas, redistribuindo a terra para que cada camponês usufrua dos ganhos de seu próprio trabalho. Não deve ser confundida com a proposta socialista de reforma agrária, que advoga a coletivização do campo.

Citações Benito Juárez

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„Mexicans: let us now pledge all our efforts to obtain and consolidate the benefits of peace.“

— Benito Juárez
Context: Mexicans: let us now pledge all our efforts to obtain and consolidate the benefits of peace. Under its auspices, the protection of the laws and of the authorities will be sufficient for all the inhabitants of the Republic. May the people and the government respect the rights of all. Between individuals, as between nations, peace means respect for the rights of others. As quoted in Global History, Volume Two : The Industrial Revolution to the Age of Globalization (2008) by Jerry Weiner, Mark Willner, George A. Hero and Bonnie-Anne Briggs, p. 175

„There is no help but in defense but I can assure you... the Imperial Government will not succeed in subduing the Mexicans, and its armies will not have a single day of peace...“

— Benito Juárez
Context: There is no help but in defense but I can assure you... the Imperial Government will not succeed in subduing the Mexicans, and its armies will not have a single day of peace... we must stop them, not only for our country but for the respect of the sovereignty of the nations. As quoted in [http://books.google.com/books?id=Eq1FAAAAYAAJ&q=%22+Imperial+Government+will+not+succeed+in+subduing+the+Mexicans,+and+its+armies+will+not+have+a+single+day+of+peace%22&dq=%22+Imperial+Government+will+not+succeed+in+subduing+the+Mexicans,+and+its+armies+will+not+have+a+single+day+of+peace%22&hl=en&ei=sA6BTaPEJNKGtwef5pDSCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCkQ6AEwAA Hispanic Network Magazine: Vol. 17-18 (2005)]

„Adversity, Citizen Deputies, discourages none but contemptible peoples“

— Benito Juárez
Context: Adversity, Citizen Deputies, discourages none but contemptible peoples; ours has been ennobled by great feats and we are far from being shorn of the immense obstacles, material and moral, which the country will oppose… Juarez and his Mexico : A Biographical History (1968) by Ralph Roeder, Vol. 2, p. 511

„There is one thing beyond the reach of perversity. The inevitable failure of history, she will judge us“

— Benito Juárez
From the [http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2006/05/28/sem-carta.html letter to Maximiliano de Habsburgo] in 1864

„May the people and the government respect the rights of all. Between individuals, as between nations, peace means respect for the rights of others.“

— Benito Juárez
Context: Mexicans: let us now pledge all our efforts to obtain and consolidate the benefits of peace. Under its auspices, the protection of the laws and of the authorities will be sufficient for all the inhabitants of the Republic. May the people and the government respect the rights of all. Between individuals, as between nations, peace means respect for the rights of others. As quoted in Global History, Volume Two : The Industrial Revolution to the Age of Globalization (2008) by Jerry Weiner, Mark Willner, George A. Hero and Bonnie-Anne Briggs, p. 175

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„Democracy is the destiny of humanity; freedom its indestructible arm.“

— Benito Juárez
As quoted by US President John F. Kennedy in a speech. (29 June 1962)