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An illustrated history of the Zapatistas based on interviews with the movement's original organizers. Originally published in Mexico to mark the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Zapatistas, this new edition has been expanded with an epilogue that outlines developments from 2003 to the present. According to Subcomandante Marcos, The Fire and the Word is "the most complete version of the public history of the Zapatistas." Gloria Muoz Ramrez has worked for Punto (Mexico), La Opinion (United States), and the Mexican daily La Jornada. She has lived and worked extensively in Chiapas, Mexico.
Gloria Munoz Ramirez writes for La Jornada and is a member of the editorial board of its supplement on indigenous issues, Ojarasca. She is also a member of the editorial board of the magazine Rebeldia.
Table of Contents
Introduction or presentation (or both)
1983-1994: Pieces of the Puzzle
Ten Years of Zapatista Struggle and Resistance
A Time to Ask, a Time to Demand and a Time to Act
The Next Step: The Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle
About the Authors
Photo and Art Credits
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