Poniatowska, Elena Massacre in Mexico

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Massacre in Mexico

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During the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City, 10,000 students gathered in a residential area called Tlatelolco to peacefully protest their nation's one-party government and lack of political freedom. In response, the police and the military cold-bloodedly shot and bayoneted to death an estimated 325 unarmed Mexican youths. Now available in paper is Elena Poniatowska's gripping account of the Tlatelolco tragedy, which Publishers Weekly claimed "makes the campus killings at Kent State and Jackson State in 1970 pale by comparison." "This is a story that has not been effectively told before, " said Kirkus Reviews. "Call it the grito of Tlatelolco, a cry of protest and the subjective manifesto of Mexico's suppressed, potentially explosive, middle-class dissenters." In this heartbreaking chronicle, Elena Poniatowska has assembled a montage of testimony drawn over a three-year period from eyewitness accounts by surviving students, parents, journalists, professors, priests, police, soldiers, and bystanders to re-create the chaotic optimism of the demonstrations, as well as the terror and shock of the massacre. Massacre in Mexico remains a critical source for examining the collective consciousness of Mexico. As Library Journal so aptly stated, "While the 'Tlatelolco Massacre' is the central theme of this study, the larger tragedy is reflected, and we see a nation whose government resorts to demagoguery rather than constructive action while it maintains and protects the privileged position of the new 'revolutionary' elite." Octavio Paz's incisive introduction underscores the inability of the Mexican government to deal with the socio-economic realities of the Mexican nation. Students and scholarsof Mexican culture, historians, sociologists, and others who seek to interpret aspects of that country's national reality will find this book to be invaluable.

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Descrizione libro University of Missouri Press, United States, 1992. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Reprint. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. During the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City, 10,000 students gathered in a residential area called Tlatelolco to peacefully protest their nation s one-party government and lack of political freedom. In response, the police and the military cold-bloodedly shot and bayoneted to death an estimated 325 unarmed Mexican youths. Now available in paper is Elena Poniatowska s gripping account of the Tlatelolco tragedy, which Publishers Weekly claimed makes the campus killings at Kent State and Jackson State in 1970 pale by comparison. This is a story that has not been effectively told before, said Kirkus Reviews. Call it the grito of Tlatelolco, a cry of protest and the subjective manifesto of Mexico s suppressed, potentially explosive, middle-class dissenters. In this heartbreaking chronicle, Elena Poniatowska has assembled a montage of testimony drawn over a three-year period from eyewitness accounts by surviving students, parents, journalists, professors, priests, police, soldiers, and bystanders to re-create the chaotic optimism of the demonstrations, as well as the terror and shock of the massacre. Massacre in Mexico remains a critical source for examining the collective consciousness of Mexico. As Library Journal so aptly stated, While the Tlatelolco Massacre is the central theme of this study, the larger tragedy is reflected, and we see a nation whose government resorts to demagoguery rather than constructive action while it maintains and protects the privileged position of the new revolutionary elite. Octavio Paz s incisive introduction underscores the inability of the Mexican government to deal with the socio-economic realities of the Mexican nation. Students and scholarsof Mexican culture, historians, sociologists, and others who seek to interpret aspects of that country s national reality will find this book to be invaluable. Codice libro della libreria AAS9780826208170

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Descrizione libro University of Missouri Press, United States, 1992. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Reprint. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. During the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City, 10,000 students gathered in a residential area called Tlatelolco to peacefully protest their nation s one-party government and lack of political freedom. In response, the police and the military cold-bloodedly shot and bayoneted to death an estimated 325 unarmed Mexican youths. Now available in paper is Elena Poniatowska s gripping account of the Tlatelolco tragedy, which Publishers Weekly claimed makes the campus killings at Kent State and Jackson State in 1970 pale by comparison. This is a story that has not been effectively told before, said Kirkus Reviews. Call it the grito of Tlatelolco, a cry of protest and the subjective manifesto of Mexico s suppressed, potentially explosive, middle-class dissenters. In this heartbreaking chronicle, Elena Poniatowska has assembled a montage of testimony drawn over a three-year period from eyewitness accounts by surviving students, parents, journalists, professors, priests, police, soldiers, and bystanders to re-create the chaotic optimism of the demonstrations, as well as the terror and shock of the massacre. Massacre in Mexico remains a critical source for examining the collective consciousness of Mexico. As Library Journal so aptly stated, While the Tlatelolco Massacre is the central theme of this study, the larger tragedy is reflected, and we see a nation whose government resorts to demagoguery rather than constructive action while it maintains and protects the privileged position of the new revolutionary elite. Octavio Paz s incisive introduction underscores the inability of the Mexican government to deal with the socio-economic realities of the Mexican nation. Students and scholarsof Mexican culture, historians, sociologists, and others who seek to interpret aspects of that country s national reality will find this book to be invaluable. Codice libro della libreria AAS9780826208170

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