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  1. Introduction
  2. El Pipila-Case Study
  3. Mexican early liberty revolution
  4. Conclusion

Almost the entire advancements in the contemporary society trace their roots from works of earlier populations inhabiting the earth. For instance, most scientific innovations today associated with founding fathers, provided the fundamentals which others have developed over the years. However, not all contributions of past individuals are recognized in the modern society. Despite that, the contributions of Juan Amaro, popularly referred as El Pipila, form a critical pride of the Mexican early liberty revolution (Bouquet). Amaro, unlike other heroes and superwomen associated with their material contribution, has his story retold severally from acts of heroism despite his earlier physical disadvantages. As a boy born in the year 1783, Amaro grew up in a society at a time when the physically challenged members faced tough resistance from the rest of the population. His physical complications emerged from birth complications impairing his limbs structure and affecting his learning abilities too. Consequently, his strange walking style which resembled that of the turkey earned his title, El Pipila. Were it not for his contribution in the Mexican independence movement, El Pipila would have remained a condemned and unknown miner at Mellado (Cook). However, history accords the most insignificant members a unique opportunity to join heroes of legends.

[...] Despite that, the contributions of Juan Amaro, popularly referred as El Pipila, form a critical pride of the Mexican early liberty revolution (Bouquet). Amaro, unlike other heroes and superwomen associated with their material contribution, has his story retold severally from acts of heroism despite his earlier physical disadvantages. As a boy born in the year 1783, Amaro grew up in a society at a time when the physically challenged members faced tough resistance from the rest of the population. His physical complications emerged from birth complications impairing his limbs structure and affecting his learning abilities too. [...]


[...] As the door gave in, the surging rioters forced open the barrier, flooded into the building and killed the Spanish troops, refugees and plundered the hoarded treasures (Cook). Driven by courage Juan demonstrated his wit to shed reprieve to the despairing rebels by putting his life to risk and single-handedly burnt the door of the perceived invincible fortress (Ontiveros, Para 3). This formed the first victory for the Mexicans liberation, with the tale spreading to other regions where other peasants revolted. How would a crippled miner challenge the entire Spanish force? Such questions encouraged others to drive out the Spanish in later years. [...]

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