Zapatista Reader

ISBN-10: 1560253355

ISBN-13: 9781560253358

Edition: 2002

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Description: The Zapatisa Reader is a journey through an insurgent and magical world of culture and politics, where celebrants and critics debate what Carlos Fuentes has described as the world's first post-communist rebellion.

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Book details

List price: $20.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Basic Books
Publication date: 1/4/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.540

Introduction
Historical Timeline
The Story
Opening Shots
Zapatistas! The Phoenix Rises
The Media Spectacle Comes to Mexico
The Unmasking
The Marcos Mystery: A Chat with the Subcommander of Spin
Chiapas Chronicle
Guerrillas in the Mist
Women's Battle for Respect Inch by Inch
US Trains Thousands of Mexican Soldiers
Mexico's Secret War
Comic Relief, NEA Style
King of the Jungle
In Chiapas
Mexico's Dirty War
Postscript: March 2001
The People of the Color of the Earth
The Unknown Icon
From the Subsoil to the Mask that Reveals: The Visible Indian
Marcos Marches on Mexico City
Indian Is Beautiful
Two Lascasian Poems
The Zapatista Army of National Liberation
The Twilight of the Revolutionaries?
The Invisible Sight
Marcos Speaks
The Story of the Boot and the Chessboard
Words of Comandanta Esther at the Congress of the Union
The Word
Testimonies of the First Day
First Declaration from the Lacandon Jungle
Second Declaration from the Lacandon Jungle
Third Declaration from the Lacandon Jungle
Fourth Declaration from the Lacandon Jungle
Of Trees, Criminals, and Odontology: Letter to Carlos Monsivais
The Fourth World War Has Begun
Marcos on Memory and Reality
Marcos From the Underground Culture to the Culture of Resistance
To the Relatives of the Politically Disappeared
Do Not Forget Ideas Are Also Weapons
Conclusion
The Commentaries
The Last Glow of the Mexican Revolution
A Guerrilla with a Difference
Northern Intellectuals and the EZLN
As Time Goes By: "Marcos," or the Mask is the Message
Once Again, the Noble Savage
Voices from the Jungle: Subcomandante Marcos and Culture
Chiapas: Land of Hope and Sorrow
Unmasking Marcos
Chiapas: The Indians' Prophet
"Seeds of the Word" in Chiapas: An Interview with Bishop Samuel Ruiz Garcia
The Zapatistas: The Challenges of Revolution in a New Millennium
Of Love, Marriage, Children, and War
Marcos: Mestizo Culture on the Move
Against the Great Defeat of the World
Resources
Acknowledgments
Permissions
About the Contributors
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