The Pen That Set Mexico on Fire

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The Pen That Set Mexico on Fire


Ricardo Flores Magón, a journalist, published the most prominent resistance newspaper, Regeneración, in pre-revolutionary Mexico. From the United States, via railroads, Magón’s ideas and publication reached every village, and every community. All the future leaders of the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) read Regeneración and incorporated indigenous rights, land reform, worker rights, and many more revolutionary principles into their movements. True to his calling, hunted both in Mexico and the United States, Magón died in a US prison, shunted as an anarchist. The author, an accomplished journalist, reexamines Magón’s role as one of the most influential thinkers of the Mexican Revolution.

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Subtitle: The Betrayal of Ricardo Flores Magon During the Mexican Revolution
Author: Devitt, Steve
Year: 2017
ISBN: 9780996955454
Pages: 208
Language: English
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