Subcomandante Marcos bibliography

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Subcomandante Marcos (center, wearing brown cap) in Chiapas.

Subcomandante Marcos is the de facto spokesman for the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), a Mexican rebel movement. He is known as Delegado Cero in matters concerning the Other Campaign.

Marcos is an author, political poet, and outspoken opponent of globalization, capitalism and neo-liberalism. Marcos wants the Mexican constitution changed to recognize the rights of the country's indigenous Mexicans.[1] The internationally known guerrillero has been described as a "new" and "postmodern" Che Guevara, or a cross between Mad Max and Zorro.[1][2] Since 1994, his writings have been published internationally in several languages.

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  1. ^ a b BBC Profile: The Zapatistas' mysterious leader by Nathalie Malinarich, March 11, 2001
  2. ^ Zapatistas Launch ‘Other’ Campaign by Ramor Ryan, The Indypendent, January 12, 2006