Zapata of Mexico

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New York, Jan 1, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 176 pages
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Born in the Mexican state of Morelos more than 100 years ago, murdered at the age of 40 in 1919, described as the greatest outlaw known to the Western World, Emiliano Zapata was the purest "embodiment" of the Mexican revolution. Also includes a short account of the evolution of the ejidos and common lands of Mexico.

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User Review  - Jerry Borchardt - Goodreads

Although concise, ZAPATA OF MEXICO is a well written and researched chronicle of the Mexican revolution as it played out in southern Mexico. Informative, especially given that we Americanos are much more knowledgeable about the revolution in the north and Pancho Villa. Read full review

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User Review  - Euge - Goodreads

The events are fascinating but the telling is awkward and disjointed. Read full review

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