By Geoffroy de Laforcade, Kirwin R. Shaffer
“An vital contribution to a up to date pattern which sees anarchism no longer as derived from a eu heart yet as a real Latin American phenomenon.”—Bert Altena, coeditor of Reassessing the Transnational flip: Scales of study in Anarchist and Syndicalist Studies
“Thoughtful, well-researched, and well-written. As a suite, this is going far to furthering our knowing not only of anarchism in Latin the USA, yet of anarchism extra generally.”—Mark Leier, writer of Bakunin: The inventive Passion.
during this groundbreaking choice of essays, anarchism in Latin the USA turns into even more than a prelude to populist and socialist routine. The participants illustrate a way more giant, differentiated, and lively anarchist presence within the area that advanced on simultaneous—transnational, nationwide, nearby, and local—fronts.
Representing a brand new wave of transnational scholarship, those essays learn city and rural routine, indigenous resistance, race, gender, sexuality, and social and academic experimentation. they provide numerous views on anarchism’s function in shaping principles approximately nationalism, id, equipped hard work, and counterculture throughout a large swath of Latin America.
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Martí, “Our America,” El Partido Liberal (Mexico City), March 5, 1892. 96. True, “Revolutionaries in Exile,” 38. 97. Tinajero, El Lector, 77. 98. True, “Revolutionaries in Exile,” 40. 99. Daily Picayune, July 9, 1892. 100. Ibid. 101. Poyo, “Tampa’s Cigarworkers,” 100. 102. Ibid. 103. Ibid. 104. Patria July 30 and August 6, 1892. 105. Falk, Pateman, and Moran, Emma Goldman, 555; and Steffy, “Cuban Immigrants,” 63. 106. Patria, April 16, 1893. 107. Galveston Daily News, March 11, 1893. 108. Bangor Daily Whig & Courier, April 5, 1893.
Franco Muñoz, Blázquez de Pedro; Marcela de Vito, “Siguiendo las huellas literarias”; Cabrera, “Enrique Creci”; Cabrera, Alfredo López; Albro, To Die on Your Feet; and Martínez Núñez, La vida heróica de Práxedis G. Guerrero. 54. ” 55. ” 56. ” 57. Raat, Revoltosos; and Esparza Valdivia, El fenómeno magonista. 58. See Caulfield, “Wobblies and Mexican Workers”; Raat, Revoltosos; Sandos Rebellion in the Borderlands; and Barrera Bassols, Los rebeldes de la bandera roja. 59. ” 60. ” 61. ” 62. ” 63. Jensen, Battle against Anarchist Terrorism, 105–8, 219–21.
This included the practice of cigar factory reading. In another similarity to their experiences in Key West, lectores in Tampa faced the difficulty of an absence of Spanish-language newspapers that were published locally. 66 Therefore the lectores needed to translate English-language newspapers to Spanish to ensure cigar makers were hearing the latest news. 67 As journalism took up increasing amounts of time, Poyo left his position as lector in Ybor’s factory and was replaced by the anarchist Ramón Rivero y Rivero.