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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 He had the support of the workers, most of the milice and peasants. The political party CROM, the Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers,also supported him, which basically means he had the support of the people. Obregon president from 1920 to 1924 Support Goals and ideals Achievements and things he did Support Goals and ideals Achievements and things he did He was supported by the labors and the peasants who were represented by the Labor Party and the CROM, the Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers. Calles supported land reforms and he believed the Church had too much power and privileges and should be very restricted, almost prohibited. He wasn't really focused on the education, he mostly was concerned about respecting and putting to work the Constitution with Agrarian reforms. He redistribuited land, but was very moderate; there wasn't a lot of land redistribuited under his presidency. He also signed the Bucareli Treaty with the United States of America which declared that Mexico had to pay for all damage caused by the Revolution done to the US citizens and companies. This greatly improved USA and Mexico's relationship and as a result, USA recognized his government He promoted the ejido (a system in which farmers had each a little piece of a commune land for agriculture) however not much land were redistributed under his presidency. He forced the Article 13, which lead to the Cristero Rebellion, a civil war that began when The Catholic Church declared they could not agree with the religious provisions in the Constitution, so Calles enacted anticlerical legislation to restrict the Church of a lot of its power, privileges and rights. There were several bloody manifestations from the Catholics, which led to the prosecution of the Clergy by the Government and to a civil war. Callespresident from 1924 to 1928 Both were mexican presidents during the Reform Phase, after the Mexican Revolution. VS
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