Insurgent Mexico

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International Publishers, 1969 - History - 325 pages
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A personal adventure story that is also a valuable historic documentary of the heady days Reed spent with Pancho Villa and his peon army in northern Mexico.

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John Reed was a survivor of the great days of muck-raking journalism, when the Media was not yet under the control of the big businesses, as it is today. (Media Elites! Baah!) His interest in a good ... Read full review

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Well-written, a subjective journalist's view of a war in a foreign land told in poetic language. Some parts were over described and the book seemed to lag. The parts that stand out are his interviews ... Read full review

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