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Images and Words: Photography and the 1968 Student Movement in Mexico

  • Alberto Castillo del Troncoso
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Oral History book series (PSOH)

Abstract

In certain parts of Latin America, constructing a collective memory has acquired tremendous importance in recent years as an understandable consequence of the severe state oppression suffered by the civilian population. This memory-building process has gone through several stages and face-lifts, alternately advancing and retreating according to the different circumstances of time and place, from military dictatorships and authoritarian regimes to periods of political transition to democracy.1

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Mexico City Collective Memory Authoritarian Regime Front Page Mexican Government 
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