Jaime Vidal, Anarchy, and the Mexican Revolution, 1904–1918
After the Spanish-American War (1898), many anarchists began to focus their attention on the rising discontent among Mexico’s landless working class. The Flores Magón brothers sought to galvanize support for revolutionary change in Mexico, and they received welcome support from Spanish anarchists, including Jaime Vidal and Pedro Esteve. In particular, Jaime Vidal, who had also helped to organize Spanish firemen on the East Coast sought to promote and assist Magónismo. Through his essays, his several anarchist periodicals, and fund-raising activities in both New York and California, Jaime Vidal helped to incorporate and promote the Magón’s efforts in the transnational anarchist print network.
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