Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico : Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964-1982
Contributor(s): Cedillo, Adela.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (248 p.).ISBN: 9780203133224.Subject(s): Guerrillas - Mexico - History - 20th century | Guerrillas -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century | Mexico - Politics and government - 1946-1970 | Mexico - Politics and government - 1970-1988 | Partido Revolucionario Institucional -- History -- 20th century | Peasant uprisings - Mexico - History - 20th century | Political violence - Mexico - History - 20th century | Revolutionaries - Mexico - History - 20th century | Revolutionaries -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century | Social movements - Mexico - History - 20th century | Social movements -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century | State-sponsored terrorism - Mexico - History - 20th century | Student movements - Mexico - History - 20th century | Student movements -- Mexico -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico : Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964-1982DDC classification: 972.08/2 | 972.082 | 972.083 LOC classification: F1236 .C47 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Chalenging Authoritarianism in Mexico; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Acronyms and Glossary; Preface: Héctor Guillermo Robles Garnica; Introduction: The Unknown Mexican Dirty War: Fernando Herrera Calderón and Adela Cedillo; 1. Madera 1965: Primeros Vientos: Elizabeth Henson; 2. Seizing Hold of Memories in Moments of Danger: Guerrillas and Revolution in Guerrero, Mexico: Alexander Aviña; 3. In the Vanguard of the Revolution: The Revolutionary Action Movement and the Armed Struggle: Verónica Oikión Solano
4. "Por la reunificación de los Pueblos Libres de América en su Lucha por el Socialismo": The Chicana/o Movement, the PPUA and the Dirty War in Mexico in the 1970s: Alan Eladio Gómez5. From Books to Bullets: Youth Radicalism and Urban Guerrillas in Guadalajara: Fernando Herrera Calderón; 6. A Revolutionary Group Fighting Against a Revolutionary State: The September 23rd Communist League Against the PRI-State (1973-1975): Romain Robinet
7. Armed Struggle Without Revolution: The Organizing Process of the National Liberation Forces (FLN) and the Genesis of Neo-Zapatism (1969-1983): Adela Cedillo8. Subjugating the Nation: Women and the Guerrilla Experience: Lucía Rayas; 9. Armed Forces and Counterinsurgency: Origins of the Dirty War (1965-1982): Jorge Luis Sierra Guzmán; 10. Transcending Violence: A Crisis of Memory and Documentation: Elaine Carey; Contributors; Bibliography; Index
The Cold War in Latin America spawned numerous authoritarian and military regimes in response to the ostensible threat of communism in the Western Hemisphere, and with that, a rigid national security doctrine was exported to Latin America by the United States. Between 1964 and 1985, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uraguay experienced a period of state-sponsored terrorism commonly referred to as the ""dirty wars."" Thousands of leftists, students, intellectuals, workers, peasants, labor leaders, and innocent civilians were harassed, arrested, tortured, raped, murdered, or 'di
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