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Zapatista Army of National Liberation: Quiz


Question 1: Other groups within Chiapas, such as the pacifist ________, support many of the goals of the Zapatista Revolution without condoning the use of violence to achieve those goals.
Las AbejasLiberation theologySan Cristóbal de las CasasActeal massacre

Question 2: With the new government of President Vicente Fox (the first non-PRI president of Mexico in over 80 years) in 2001, the Zapatistas marched on ________ to present their case to the Mexican Congress.
MoscowSão PauloMexico CityRio de Janeiro

Question 3: Delegate Zero in relation to the "________").
The Other CampaignChiapasSubcomandante MarcosComandante Ramona

Question 4:
What ideology does Zapatista Army of National Liberation subscribe to?

Question 5: The Zapatistas quickly adopted a new strategy by trying to garner the support of Mexican and international ________ societies.
Social anarchismAnarcho-syndicalismLibertarian socialismLeft-libertarianism

Question 6: [14] This has allowed the Zapatista idea to flourish, opening up new channels and providing a powerful forum for political participation by citizens (see ________) on a scale like never before.
FederalismEmergent democracyPublic administrationE-democracy

Question 7: The guerrillas enjoyed brief success, but the next day ________ forces counter-attacked and fierce fighting broke out in and around the market of Ocosingo.
Mexican Drug WarMexican ArmyMexican Air ForceMexican Navy

Question 8: They align themselves with the wider ________, anti-neoliberal social movement and seek indigenous control over their local resources, especially land.
Anti-consumerismAnti-corporate activismAnti-globalization movementThe Yes Men

Question 9: Women have the right to work and receive a fair ________.
EmploymentSalaryJob (role)Contingent work

Question 10: The declaration amounted to a declaration of war on the ________, which they considered so out of touch with the will of the people as to make it completely illegitimate.
MexicoPolitics of MexicoFederal government of MexicoState governments of Mexico

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