New York Times writer and author Thomas L. Friedman brings attention to a critical element of the climate and energy dilemma that many overlook. In his keynote presentation as part of the 2010 Wake Forest University Energy Conference, Friedman stresses
History – Latin America
onfusing power shifts and agrarian struggles define the Mexican Revolution. Author and historian Timothy J. Henderson provides a fresh perspective of the period from 1906-1927 by weaving together historical context with the first-hand accounts of foreign-born hacienda owner Rosalie Evans.