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Historia (Santiago)

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Abstract

SAMANIEGO LOPEZ, Marco Antonio. No eran socialistas, patriotas, reformistas, ni sindicalistas: Eran anarquistas del Partido Liberal Mexicano (1911-1918). Historia (Santiago) [online]. 2019, vol.52, n.2, pp.519-545. ISSN 0717-7194.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-71942019000200519.

The perspective from which the anarchists of the Mexican Liberal Party (PLM) have been analyzed has placed them only within the context of the Mexican Revolution resulting in their classification as socialists, reformers, patriots and even as a base for syndicalism. This article shows that the intentions of the PLM do not coincide with the nationalist image where official and hagiographic historiography have placed them. Based on statements published in Regeneración, we show that they did not intend to fight for socialism, were not patriots or struggled for the reforms attributed to them in the following years. Their struggle to achieve anarchy was marginalized from official speeches or was diluted in the claim to “clean” the image, especially of Ricardo Flores Magón, who was planned to be erected as a patriot.

Keywords : Mexico; Twentieth Century; Anarchism; Socialism; Revolution; Patriotism; Reforms.

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