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LGM Podcast: Arise!

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On December 1, 2022
For our latest podcast, we are happy to have spoken to Christina Heatherton of Trinity College about her brand new book Arise!: Global Radicalism in the Era of the Mexican Revolution. We had a wide-ranging conversation that demonstrates the centrality of the Mexican Revolution to early and even mid-twentieth century global radicalism with characters ranging […]

Bedbug on AMLO

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On November 23, 2022

AMLO is terrible, but that’s beside the point. Bret Stephens spent some time growing up extremely wealthy in Mexico City and he learned nothing about the place except that he has some rich frien

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Echeverría

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On July 11, 2022
Luis Echeverría Alvarez has died at the age of 100. You’d think that this former president of Mexico lived a good century. But you’d be wrong. If you want to consider what’s wrong with Mexico today, a lot of it is at least partially the responsibility of Echeverría.  Luis Echeverría was born in 1922 in […]
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On October 2, 1968, the Mexican military slaughtered students protesting in the Tlateloco Plaza at the edge of Mexico City. The Tlateloco Massacre demonstrated the complete corruption of the Mexican Revolution’s ideals. The Mexican Revolution always had a complicated relationship with radicalism. Comprising leaders with a wide variety of ideologies, the only time it really […]
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Supposedly, revised NAFTA gives labor groups some power to enforce regulations. I am extremely skeptical this will happen in reality. We are all about to find out. The A.F.L.-C.I.O. and other groups filed a complaint with the Biden administration on Monday over claims of labor violations at a group of auto parts factories in Mexico, […]
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