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: Voice of Fire
presents the critical communiquÃ©s and perspectives of the first guerrilla movement to emerge in Latin America in the post-Cold War era. This book puts us inside the minds of Indigenous peoples and Mexicans who are raising fundamental questions about the current political and social order in North America. Subcomandante Marcos' commentaries are written with a passion and commitment reminiscent of Eduardo Galeano's Open Veins of Latin America.
[Roger Burbach author of Fire in the Americas
] Originally published in 1994 (and reissued in 2000 with a new afterword) this was one of the first books to both print the early EZLN communiques, and interview some of the major players including Commandante Ramona and Major Ana Maria. A classic slice of history in the making, with as many vital lessons for us today as a decade ago.