What are some symbols of the Mexican Revolution?
The most well-known symbol of the Mexican revolution is the picture of Francisco 'Pancho' Villa, revolutionary leader during such conflict.
The conflict of 1810 is not known as a "revolution"; it is known as the Mexican War of Independence (1810-1821) against Spain. The Mexican Revolution (1910-1921) was an internal conflict between several warlords and the Mexican government. Some images of both conflicts can be found on the related links section.
If you are referring to the Mexican Revolution from 1910 to 1917, it was an internal affair of Mexico. However, some US personnel were killed by a rebel leader, which caused the USA to get involved in the Revolution as well. If you are talking about the Mexican "War of Independence", than the parties involved were the Spain and Mexico.
Which statement describes a key difference between the American Revolution and the Mexican Revolution?
The Mexican revolution revolution soon led to the downfall of the British market. The British where the leading nation supplying the revolution due to the fact that it was a proxy war between Britain and France. This later lead to WW1 and the downfall of the stock market (also know as black tuesday)