What were the causes and consequences of U.S. entanglement with Mexico?  

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There were a variety of causes that led to US intervention in the Mexican revolution and they can be summarized as political and economical interests. The US was always interested in the economic opportunities that existed in Mexico and Latin America. It supported different Mexican governments and leaders until the Mexican Revolution introduced complexities in their relations.

US citizens including some of their leaders believed it was necessary to intervene in the Mexican revolution. There was need to protect US interests given the impending reorganization due to the...

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The consequences of US entanglement with Mexico in during the Mexican Revolution was the loss of U.S. industry, political  against Americans,