Emiliano Zapata

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Noun1.Emiliano Zapata - Mexican revolutionary who led a revolt for agrarian reforms (1879-1919)Emiliano Zapata - Mexican revolutionary who led a revolt for agrarian reforms (1879-1919)
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Subcommandante Marcos, then maintaining a secret identity, offered "captivating communiques, combining stories, poetry, philosophy, satire, romanticism and political analysis ..." (32) but it was through stylized photos of Marcos (that borrowed heavily from iconic images of Emilio Zapata and Che Guevara) that the Zapatista movement connected itself to the revolutionary consciousness of Latin Americans.
Bolivar had many successors, from Emilio Zapata to Castro to Chavez, not to mention Che Guevara.
Despite his importance to Mexico's political history, Calles has received relatively little attention from biographers who otherwise have written volumes on other revolutionary leaders such as Alvaro Obregon, Pancho Villa, and Emilio Zapata. In Plutarco Elias Calles and the Mexican Revolution, historian Jurgen Buchenau fills this gap with a fine biography of the man known by Mexicans as the Jefe Mdximo (Head Chief) during the formative years of twentieth-century Mexican politics.