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The ‘Left-Behind’ Once Had A Real Voice: The Globalisation Protesters Of The 1990s

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 19:18
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from The Conversation

– this post authored by Andy Price, Sheffield Hallam University

On the same day the North American Free Trade Agreement came into force in 1994, a small band of armed revolutionaries led an uprising centred around the Southern Mexican city of San Cristobal de Las Casas. Named for Emiliano Zapata, a Mexican revolutionary of the early 20th century, the Zapatistas carried traditional weapons, but they weren’t revolutionaries out to seize control of the country. Instead, they sought to give a voice to the struggling peoples of the world in an era of corporate globalisation.

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