Bibliography and Sources

Print Sources

Bush, Vannevar. "As We May Think." in The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1995. Note: full-text of this essay available online, URL:

Christian Science Monitor. "Marcos on the Internet" (editorial). Feb 27, 1995. p. 20. [this article available online] URL:

Cleaver, Harry. ed. Zapatistas! -- Documents of the New Mexican Revolution.Autonomedia: Brooklyn, 1994. Note: full-text of this book available online, URL: gopher://

Collier, George A. BASTA! Lans and the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas.Institute for Food and Development Policy: Oakland, 1994.

Millon, Robert P. Zapata -- The Ideology of a Peasant Revolutionary. International Publishers: New York, 1969.

Parkinson, Roger. Zapata. Dein and Day: New York, 1975.

Robberson, Tod. "Mexican Rebels Using A High-Tech Weapon." The Washington Post. February 20, 1995. p. A1, A21.

Womack, John, Jr. Zapata and the Mexican Revolution. Knopf: New York, 1969.

Online Sources:

Citations without author

Acción Zapatista {WWW site] URL:

Centro Bilingue de Chiapas [WWW site] URL:

Encyclopædia Britannica. Emiliano Zapata. [online edition]. Note: requires subscription to Britannica Online. Text of article available in this bibliography, for reference purposes only.

Emiliano Zapata -- WWW-Page maintained by Glenn Welker. [available online] URL:

Emiliano Zapata y el Plan de Ayala. [available online] URL:

Homepage of the PRI. [WWW page] URL:

Lycos Web Point Review of !Ya Basta! URL:

Map of Mexico. [available online] URL:

Rage Against the Machine [WWW site] URL:

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Citations with author

Cleaver, Harry. Chiapas 95 Homepage. [WWW site] URL:

Cleaver, Harry. The Zapatistas and the Electronic Fabric of Struggle. [available online] URL:

Mesta, Alberto. Corridos Mexicanos. [online compilation] URL:

Newman, Lucia. "Zapatista rebels to form political front" in CNN World News. January 2, 1996. [available online] URL:

Paulson, Justin. ¡Ya Basta! [WWW site] URL:

Paulson, Justin. The Zapatista Uprising --A Case Study in Violent Responses to Oppression. [available online] URL: