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Our word is our weapon : selected writings

Author: Marcos, subcomandante.; Juana Ponce de Leon
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories Press, ©2001.
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Marcos, subcomandante.
Our word is our weapon.
New York : Seven Stories Press, c2001
(OCoLC)663207348
Named Person: Marcos, subcomandante.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcos, subcomandante.; Juana Ponce de Leon
ISBN: 1583220364 9781583220368
OCLC Number: 43953940
Description: xxxi, 456 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword: Chiapas, a Name of Pain and Hope / Jose Saramago --
Editor's Note: Traveling Back for Tomorrow --
1. Twelve Women in the Twelfth Year: The Moment of War --
2. War! First Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle --
3. Dying in Order to Live --
4. In Our Dreams We Have Seen Another World --
5. Votan-Zapata or Five Hundred Years of History --
6. A Storm and a Prophecy - Chiapas: The Southeast in Two Winds --
7. Who Should Ask for Pardon and Who Can Grant It? --
8. Five Hundred Years of Indigenous Resistance --
9. Second Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle --
10. Aguascalientes: Opening Words to the National Democratic Covention --
11. The Long Journey from Despair to Hope --
12. Mr. Zedillo, Welcome to the Nightmare --
13. Come, Brothers and Sisters --
14. The Word and the Silence --
15. Fourth Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle --
16. Closing Words to the National Indigenous Forum --
17. Today, Eighty-Five Years Later, History Repeats Itself --
18. The Unjust Sentencing of Elorriaga and Entzin --
19. Opening Remakrs at the First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and against Neoliberalism --
20. Tomorrow Begins Today: Closing Remarks at the First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and against Neoliberalism --
21. Second Declaration of La Realidad for Humanity and against Neoliberalism --
22. Civil Society That So Perturbs --
23. The Spiral from the End and the Beginning --
24. An Urgent Telegram --
25. Do the Pictures Lie? --
26. For Those Who Protest with Us after Acteal --
27. The Sea of My Insomnia: The Table at San Andres --
28. Tlatelolco: Thirty Years Later the Struggle Continues --
29. Under Siege: The Zapatista Community of Amador Hernandez --
30. Why We Use the Weapon of Resistance --
31. Flowers, Like Hope, Are Harvested --
32. From Vietnam to Chiapas, Twenty Years Before --
33. A Call to Latin America --
34. On Independent Media --
35. Letter to the Indigenous Leadership of the United States --
36. From Here to There and Back Again --
37. On May Day and Tupac Amaru --
38. This Ocean No Longer Separates Us --
39. Letter to Mumia Abu-Jamal --
40. Letter to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, USA --
41. "No!" to the War in the Balkans --
42. For Maurice Najman, Who Keeps Feigning Death --
43. Letter to Leonard Peltier --
44. To Open a Crack in History --
45. We Know What We're Doing: It Is Worth It --
46. The Library of Aguascalientes --
47. The Retreat Is Making Us Almost Scratch the Sky --
48. Death Has Paid a Visit --
49. A Year of the Zapatista Government --
50. Zapatistas, Guadalupanos, and the Virgin of Guadalupe --
51. A Land to Harvest a Future --
52. Letter to Eduardo Galeano --
53. Letter to John Berger --
54. Dignity Cannot Be Studied; You Live It or It Dies --
55. Letter to the Eureka Committee --
56. It Continues Raining Here --
57. Democratic Teachers and the Zapatista Dream --
58. Closing Words at the National Encuentro in Defense of the Cultural Heritage --
59. Ten Years Later: Durito Found Us Again --
60. To Mariana Moguel (age ten) --
61. The Glass to See to the Other Side --
62. Deep Inside the Cave of Desire --
63. Durito and Pegasus --
64. The Story of the Tiny Mouse and the Tiny Cat --
65. The Story of the Cold Foot and the Hot Foot --
66. The Story of the Bean-brown Horse --
67. Love and the Calendar --
68. Another Cloud, Another Bottle, and Another Letter from Durito --
69. P.S. that Fulfills Its Editorial Duty --
70. Durito the Pirate --
71. The Hour of the Little Ones --
72. The True Story of Mary Read and Anne Bonny --
73. The Tale of the Ever Never --
74. The Parrot's Victory --
75. Tales of the Seahorse: Beads and Accounts of Numbers --
76. The Tale of the Little Seamstress --
77. The Tale of the Little Newsboy --
78. The Tale of the Little Wisp of a Cloud --
79. The Story of the Schizophrenic Pig --
80. The Tale of the Lime with an Identity Crisis --
81. The Tale of the Noncnformist Little Toad --
82. The Tale of the Pink Shoelaces --
83. The Tale of Always and Never --
84. The Little Tree and the Others --
85. A Light, a Flower, and a Dawn --
86. The Words That Walk Truths --
87. The Story of Colors --
88. The Story of the Mirrors --
89. The Story of Dreams --
90. The Story of the Seven Rainbows --
91. The Story of Noise and Silence --
92. Making the Bread Called Tomorrow --
93. The Story of the Others --
94. The Tale of the Lion and the Mirror --
95. The Story of the Measure of Memory --
96. The Story of One and All --
97. The Dawn Is Heralding Heat and Flashes --
98. The Story of the Milky Way --
99. The Story of the False Light, the Stone, and the Corn --
100. The Night Is Ours --
101. The Story of the Questions --
Afterword: Chiapas, the First Postmodern Revolution / Ana Carrigan --
Zapatista Timeline / Tom Hansen and Enlace Civil.
Other Titles: Selections.
Selected writings
Responsibility: Subcommandante Marcos ; edited by Juana Ponce de León ; foreword by José Saramago ; afterword by Ana Carrigan ; timeline by Tom Hansen and Enlace civil.
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