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Writing RevolutionHispanic Anarchism in the United States$
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Christopher J. Castaneda and Montse Feu

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780252042744

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252042744.001.0001

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Globetrotters and Rebels

Globetrotters and Rebels

Correspondents of the Spanish-Language Anarchist Press, 1886–1918

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(p.36) Chapter 2 Globetrotters and Rebels
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Writing Revolution
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Alejandro de la Torre

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University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5622/illinois/9780252042744.003.0003

Correspondents played a vital role in the Spanish anarchist press. They helped to build a global libertarian community; three specific cases narrated in this chapter describe how a nucleus of Spanish-speaking anarchist readers developed in North America. The correspondents’ work made possible, in large part, the connection between local hubs and other communities of libertarian readers in distant places. Such links describe the emergence of a powerful transnational “print culture” that gradually incorporated the United States (as a political, economic, and cultural space) in the ideological panorama of Ibero-American Spanish-speaking anarchism. In this sense, the image of the United States, as a symbolic reference for exploitation, found a fertile ground in the transnational Spanish-language anarchist print network beginning at the end of the nineteenth century.

Keywords:   V. Bardají, José Cayetano Campos, Vicente García, Cultura Obrera, El Productor, Mexico, El Despertar, periodical correspondents, Tierra y Libertad

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