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        Mexican Perceptions During the War | US-Mexican War

        War (1846-1848). Mexican Perceptions During the War. When U.S. diplomat John Slidell left Mexico in 1846 without accomplishing his mission - mostly because of the form in which his credential had been issued and because of the pressure the Mexican press placed on its government in opposition to Slidell's mission-U.S. forces under the command of Gen. Zachary Taylor advanced to the Rio Bravo.

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