Marx, Foucault, Neo-Zapatismo
. It can be summarized in the wise neo-Zapatista phrase that reminds us that “what’s left has yet to come.” A clear, open-ended (in)conclusion, this idea is also an intelligent prophecy and an explicitly rebellious promise. We must stay alert so that we can recognize what’s left, what has yet to come; we must organize from below and from the left in order to encourage, construct, and strengthen it. There is no question: in a not-too-distant future, we will receive and celebrate its gradual triumph in Mexico, Latin America, and all over the world. What’s left has yet to come!
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