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    Fernando Herrera Calderón,Adela Cedillo
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War, 1964-1982 – Ebook written by Fernando Herrera Calderon, Adela Cedillo.

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Fernando Herrera Calderón is Visiting Assistant Professor at Beloit College. Adela Cedillo is a graduate student in Latin American Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She's the author of El fuego y el silencio: Historia de las Fuerzas de Liberacion Nacional de Mexico (1969-1974), the first comprehensive history on the organization that gave birth to the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN).

By Fernando Herrera Calderón, Adela Cedillo. Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico: Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964-1982. By Fernando Herrera Calderón, Adela Cedillo. The Cold War in Latin America spawned numerous authoritarian and military regimes in response to the ostensible threat of communism in the Western Hemisphere, and with that, a rigid national security doctrine was exported to Latin America by the United States. Between 1964 and 1985, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uraguay experienced a period of state-sponsored terrorism commonly referred to as the "dirty wars.

Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War,.

While Mexico's Dirty War has been over for several years, not much is known of the extent of the number of victims the . Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico: Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964–1982.

While Mexico's Dirty War has been over for several years, not much is known of the extent of the number of victims the war claimed, due to its elusive nature throughout its length.

Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico: Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964-1982 more. by Fernando Herrera Calderón.

Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico: Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964–1982. Rehumanizing the Disappeared: Spaces of Memory in Mexico and the Liminality of Transnational Justice. American Quarterly 66 (3): 727–748. Huggins, Martha . Mika Haritos-Fatouros, and Philip G. Zimbardo. Michel, Antonio Orozco.

a b Herrera Calderon,Fernando. Challenging Authoritarianism in Mexico: Revolutionary Struggles and the Dirty War, 1964–1982". Cite journal requires journal (help). "FALN prisoners set free". CNN. September 10, 1999. Retrieved August 7, 2009. "William Morales, Patron of Prison Breaks".

Calderon, Fernando Herrera; Cedillo, Adela (2012). p. 42. ISBN 978-0-415-88904-9. Calderon, Fernando Herrera; Cedillo, Adela (2012).

Calderón, Fernando Herrera, and Cedillo, Adela. New York: Routledge, 2012. Camp, Roderic A. Intellectuals and the State in Twentieth Century Mexico.

The Cold War in Latin America spawned numerous authoritarian and military regimes in response to the ostensible threat of communism in the Western Hemisphere, and with that, a rigid national security doctrine was exported to Latin America by the United States. Between 1964 and 1985, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uraguay experienced a period of state-sponsored terrorism commonly referred to as the "dirty wars." Thousands of leftists, students, intellectuals, workers, peasants, labor leaders, and innocent civilians were harassed, arrested, tortured, raped, murdered, or 'disappeared.'

Many studies have been done about this phenomenon in the other areas of Latin America, but strangely, Mexico's dirty war has been excluded from this particular scholarship. Here for the first time is a sustained look at this period and consideration of the many facets that make up the nearly two decades of the Mexican dirty war. Offering the reader a broad perspective of the period, the case studies in the book present narratives of particular armed revolutionary movements as well as thematic essays on gender, human rights, culture, student radicalism, the Cold War, and the international impact of this state-sponsored terrorism.