This exhibition presents an overview of the Mexican Revolution as a historic event in which individuals, groups, and social classes pursued diverse goals to achieve political, economic, and social change. It also highlights several definitive political and military moments during the Revolution, as well as the people who witnessed and shaped it. The Mexican Revolution brought deep changes to Mexican life. Its legacies included an improved government and greater political tolerance. In the years after the Revolution, Mexico enacted agrarian reform, increased benefits for the working classes, and reformed education and healthcare nationwide.