John Reed , who graduated from Harvard in and became a leftist journalist, wrote magazine articles that were highly important in shaping Villa's epic image for Americans. University of Texas, Brownsville. President Woodrow Wilson knew some version of Villa's reputation, saying he was "a sort of Robin Hood [who] had spent an eventful life robbing the rich in order to give to the poor.

The Legend of Pancho Villa. Villa can be credited with decisive military victories leading to the ousting of Victoriano Huerta from the presidency in July

I loved this place and the help and attention that I got from the concierge Sarah Jaqui Marce Mago and Casandra was amazing. Reed's articles were collected as Insurgent Mexico and published in for an American readership. Villa had long-term relationships with several women.