The struggle in Mexico
during the period of the collapse of the PRI dictatorship

--On the ACTEAL MASSACRE: Down with the dirty war against the peasant movement in Mexico! (22K)
--About the new NATIONAL UNION OF WORKERS: The slow breakup of PRI's corporative unionism in Mexico (31K) by Joseph Green
(Issue #16, vol. 4, #1, Jan. 20, 1998)   

As PRI totters: MEXICO in transition by Joseph Green
THE JULY 6 ELECTIONS and the socialist movement in Mexico by J. Green
May 1st and Mexico and the July 6th elections by Anita Jones de Sandoval, CWV
(Issue #15, vol. 3, #4, Oct. 25, 1997)  

TWO PERSPECTIVES ON MEXICO:
-- Taking democracy to the limit, or organizing a socialist movement? (29K)
(a reply by Joseph Green to Anita Jones de Sandoval's "The fight for democratic demands and the socialist revolution in Mexico" and also criticizes El Machete's call for a new coalition)
-- Marxist theory on democracy and socialism in relation to revolutionary work in Mexico (125K)
-- The fight for democratic demands and the socialist revolution in Mexico (22K)
by Anita Jones de Sandoval, Chicago Workers' Voice
-- El Machete's call for a new coalition
(Issue #13, Vol. 3, #2, May 8, 1997)

Mexico and peasant socialism: -- democratization, petty production and the socialist vision (130K)
The continuing crisis in Mexico
(Issue #11, Vol. 2. #6, Dec. 15, 1996)   

Fourth EZLN declaration from the Lacandona Jungle
On the 4th declaration: Zapatista politics in crisis (27K)
(Issue #8, Vol. 2, #3, June 1, 1996)

10 answers to 10 questions from Oleg on struggle in Mexico (40K)
(Issue #7, Vol. 2, #2, March 15, 1996)  

LAND REFORM, SOCIALISM, AND THE MEXICAN COUNTRYSIDE:
-- Introduction (3K)
-- Does the Chicago Workers' Voice support Cardenismo? (14K) by Oleg, Chicago Workers' Voice
-- Peasant socialism or proletarian politics? (40K) by Mark, Detroit
-- The ghost of Lazaro Cardenas and the Mexican crisis (70K) by Joseph Green
El Machete continues its campaign for Castroism
(Issue #5, Vol. 1, #5, Nov. 15, 1995)  

Ejido co-ops and capitalist development in Mexican agriculture, by Mark, Detroit
(Issue #4, Vol. 1, #4, Sept. 15, 1995)   

What have co-ops meant for the Mexican peasants?
-- The ejido, yesterday and today, in Michoacan, by Pete Brown
-- The decline of the small peasant continued during Echeverria's ejido policy of the '70s, by Pete Brown
-- Ejido co-ops will not save the peasants from poverty, by Mark, Detroit
More on El Machete and the Mexican left
(Issue #3, Vol. 1, #3, August 1, 1995)

Marxism and the Zapatistas
Three key Zapatista declarations from the Lacandona Jungle
-- Declaration of war, Jan. 1, 1994
-- For a national democratic convention and a transitional government, June 10, 1994
-- To form a movement for national liberation, Jan. 1995
Critique of Zapatista view of democratization as panacea (35K) by Mark, Detroit
On the stand of Chicago Workers' Voice:
-- denigrating anti-revisionism and glorifying Zapatista theories
(Issue #2, Vol. 1, #2, June 1, 1995)  

El Machete: Long live Cuba but. . .socialist
Debate over El Machete and Zapatista strategy
El Machete and "occupied Mexico"
(Issue #1, Vol. 1, #1, April 15, 1995)
 


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