Barry Carr delves into the ferment of post-Revolutionary life in Mexico City.
In the interwar era, cities across the Americas became hubs in transnational networks that linked radicals and revolutionaries of all kinds: anarchists, Wobblies, Socialists, Communists, Garveyites, political exiles, and vanguard intellectuals. While there were a number of these urban hubs — New York, Tampa, New Orleans, and Havana all played a role — the largest by far was Mexico City.
August 19, 2010
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article