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would begin a violent revolt against the government in 1910 and continue fighting for another decade. They had tried to avoid that dangerous path by offering to abandon their ancestral lands in exchange for new land. The rural revolt in Mexico was not inevitable; it was carried out by men and women who could not know where it would all end or how it would be remembered one hundred years later. 69. Hern´ andez Ch´ avez, Anenecuilco, 23. 70. Womack, ‘‘Los estudios del zapatismo,’’ 25. 71. Greg Dening, Performances (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996), 34. 72. Ibid, xv–xvi. 73. Ibid, 57–58.s McNamara, Rewriting Zapata 149 This content downloaded from 73.244.149.220 on Mon, 08 Oct 2018 22:59:15 UTC All use subject to
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