Zapatista! : Reinventing Revolution in Mexico

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The Zapatista revolution has struck the imagination of the world. This groundbreaking book examines the global and domestic significance of the Zapatista movement and the Chiapas region itself, and features original contributions from British, American and Mexican more

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  • Hardback | 216 pages
  • 135 x 215 x 19.05mm | 385.55g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0745311784
  • 9780745311784

Table of contents

1. John Holloway and Eloina Pelaez: Introduction 2. Enrique Rajchenberg and Catherine Heau-Lambert: History and Symbolism in the Zapatista Movement 3. Ana Esther Cecena and Andres Barreda: Chiapas and the Global Restructuring of Capital 4. Margara Millan: Zapatista Indigenous Women 5. Harry Cleaver: The Zapatistas And The Electronic Fabric Of Struggle 6. Patricia King and Francisco Javier Villanueva: Breaking the Blockade: The Move from Jungle to City 7. Luis Lorenzano: Zapatismo: Recomposition of Labour, Radical Democracy and Revolutionary Project 8. John Holloway: Dignity's Revolt Indexshow more

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'The book's many strengths include its coverage of the history of the Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional (EZLN), placing the struggle in a global context through a critique of neoliberalism and capitalism' -- TLS 'An impassioned and stimulation contribution to the understanding of a continuing rebellion with profound national and international significance' -- International Affairsshow more

About John Holloway

Kumar Rupesinghe is Secretary General of the London-based International Alert, the leading non-governmental organisation working in the area of conflict resolution. IA's primary purpose is to seek and propose constitutional provisions in areas of international conflict, to alert international opinion in areas of potential conflict, mass killings and genocide, to promote human rights, to provide dialogue with a view to ending ethnic conflict and to provide mediation where more

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