Chiapas Support Committee


From Ricardo Flores Magón to Julian Assange II

By Carlos Fazio Released in October 1903 and unable to continue his organizing and campaigning in Mexico, Ricardo Flores Magón went into exile in Laredo, Texas, and then to St. Louis, Missouri, a refuge for anarchist and Marxist dissidents and…

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From Ricardo Flores Magón to Julian Assange I

By: Carlos Fazio 100 years have elapsed between the death of Ricardo Flores Magón in the Leavenworth Penitentiary, in Kansas, USA, on November 21, 1922 — where he was serving a 22-year sentence for the crime of anarchism, but formally…

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Ricardo Flores Magón: Living Thought

By: Raúl Romero In his history classes, professor emeritus at the UNAM Juan Brom used to say that it was a credit to the student movement of 1999-2000 that they named the main auditorium of the Faculty of Political and…

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The Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magon – A New Book

Struggles and Contributions are narrated in The Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magón ** They praise the first transnational network of Mexican and US revolutionaries in a book ** The anthropologist and historian Claudio Lomnitz emphasizes that the theme has…

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