Down The River
The Culture of Inversion, part three
Mexico, January 1994
What may turn out to be the biggest political movement of the twenty-first century emerged from the rainforest remnants of southern Mexico on 1 January 1994, carried down darkened, cobbled colonial streets by 500 pairs of black leather boots at precisely thirty minutes past midnight. The owners of the boots carried rifles and the odd…
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