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After a 2100-mile journey from the state of Chiapas, Zapatistas have arrived in Mexico City to push legislators to grant limited autonomy to Mexico's Indians. It's been seven years since the masked Zapatista leader Subcomandante Marcos began the rebellion that raised Mexican awareness and indigenous pride. Does he now have a strategy to broker such a deal within the constraints of government? We look at this test of Mexico's new democracy with an anthropologist, a journalist tracking the caravan, and international policy expert Denise Dresser. (Kyle McKinnon guest hosts.)
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Colegio de M-xico

The Globe and Mail

Instituto Tecnol-gico Aut-nomo de M-xico

Pacific Council on International Policy

Presidency of Mexico

Zapatistas

Producers:
Frances Anderton

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