What Would Che Say?

The spokesman for Mexico's Zapatista Rebellion, the always masked Subcomandante Marcos, ended a 2,000-mile march from his base in Chiapas with a rally in Mexico City last week. He drew nearly 100,000 passionate spectators and more than a few resourceful vendors trafficking in Marcos-inspired gear. His demands for better treatment of the nation's Indian population seemed to resonate; his call for Mexico to "stop being an object of shame dressed in the color of money" seemed to go unheeded by souvenir hawkers.


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