Henck Reviewed in The Canadian

Nicholas Henck’s Subcommander Marcos: The Man and the Mask is reviewed in The Canadian. Reviewer Robert Ovetz writes that the book is an "enlightening case study of how one of the possibly most influential
political movements of the 21th century was born, faultered and was
then rejuvenated by those it sought to lead. Subcommander Marcos convincingly demonstrates that Zapatismo
has created a new model in which taking up arms may finally no longer
be incompatible with simultaneously taking up the cause of autonomy and
democracy. This book has arrived just in time, when the
anti-globalization movement appears to have run out of steam precisely
because it has failed to provide a visionary model of the future in the

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