TITLE

De la Revoluci�n mexicana a la Revoluci�n mundial. Actores pol�ticos michoacanos y la Internacional Comunista en M�xico

AUTHOR(S)
SOLANO, VER�NICA OIKI�N
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2009, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p60
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The body of this article focuses on the radical groups that emerged among the educated middle classes, workers and peasants in Michoac�n, built relations and contacts with the Mexican Communist Party after its founding in 1919, and created a bridge with the Third Communist International based on their experiences in the class struggle and their insertion in, and impact on, the revolutionary process of 1910; political actions that spurred the spread of communism in Mexico. The essay proposes a new perspective on the actions of groups in Michoac�n whose roots in the revolutionary conflagration of 1910 led them to adopt a more radical stance and espouse ideological positions that linked them to the promised worldwide revolution through the programmatic directives of the Comintern and its Mexican section.
ACCESSION #
60309626

 

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