Today in Mexican history: the shortest presidency ever (1913)

I’ve been doing this blog for a while now, so it should be pretty clear that Mexican history is not my area. But some stories are too absurd to pass up. To wit, everybody meet Pedro Lascuráin: Pedro Lascuráin is, to my knowledge, not a household name in the US. He’s probably not even a… Continue reading Today in Mexican history: the shortest presidency ever (1913)