Contributor James Reich revisits an essay from 5 years ago for the 37th Anniversary of the EZLN this past November 17th . It is eerily even more relevant today.
By: Luis Hernández Navarro The free trade hurricane devastated the Mexican countryside, ruined small and medium-sized farmers and forced millions of campesinos to migrate to the United States or agricultural fields in the country’s northwest. The free movement of agricultural merchandise across borders, with few regulations, placed unequal parties competing in equal conditions. Not only […]