Madero Francisco Indalecio

Ma·de·ro

 (mə-dĕr′ō, mä-dĕ′rō), Francisco Indalecio 1873-1913.
Mexican revolutionary and politician who forced the resignation of Porfirio Díaz and assumed the presidency (1911). Unable to effect reform, he was overthrown by Victoriano Huerta (1913) and executed.
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