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O The party's reforms stabilized the country, which enabled it to establish one-party rule.
O The party's reforms created instability in the country, which resulted in another revolution.
O The party's reforms addressed people's needs, which led to an expansion of democracy.
O The party's reforms caused strife, which cleared the way for a dictator to take control.

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A. The party's reforms stabilized the country, which enabled it to establish one-party rule. (Look at photo below for proof that it's right on Edge)

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In 1910, Mexican revolutionaries who wanted to overthrow a dictator and establish new democratic reforms led massive uprisings all across the country. Many reforms were implemented. In 1928, the National Revolutionary Party was formed to continue to push for revolutionary reforms in Mexico. This is a party that initially brought stability to the country, but eventually created a monopoly of power, eventually took over the Congress and the executive power, and basically being a member of the PNR meant that you were almost guaranteed political victory. We can see here this is sort of a trend over time in history. Often when revolutionaries work for reforms, they'll be working for democratic reforms, but once they gain power, they are often unwilling to let it go. So we see the beginning of a creation of a one-party-state.

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