How did the Federales and Revolutionaries act when they arrived at the villages in The Underdogs?

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Karyth Cara eNotes educator| Certified Educator

The Federales act in the village in the same way that they tear through the countryside before getting to the village. They are merciless, destructive, hot-blooded and wreak riot as they go and as they stay.

The Revolutionaries act in a similar way but their attention is focused on the dissension within their own ranks, especially the dissension between Villa and Carranza.