Wed 7.04.12 | Mexico's Revolutionary Tradition

James Cockcroft, Mexico's Revolution Then and Now Monthly Review Press, 2010

 

 

 

 

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Mexico has a grand revolutionary tradition, a radical lineage that James Cockcroft argues lives on in current-day struggles both within Mexico and among US-based immigrants. Cockcroft discusses the radical visions of the revolutionaries of 1910-1917; the ideological roots of waves of resistance to Mexican and US elites; and the elections-related turmoil that's periodically plagued Mexico. (Holiday encore presentation.)

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