INTRODUCTION
Unless otherwise noted English translations of Spanish quotes are my own.
Quoted in John Duncan Powell,
Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant
(Cam·
bridge: Harvard University Press,
1971),2.
2
See, for example, the profiles of Zapatista leaders in Aquiles Chiu, "Peones y campesinos
Zapatistas;' in
Emiliano Zapata y el mopimiento zapatista
(Mexico City:
INAH, 1980): 119-
153·
Cf. Sidney Mintz, "The Rural Proletariat and the Problem of Rural Proletarian Conscious-
ness;'Journal of Peasant Studies
1.3 (April
1974): 293.
4
Mariano Azuela,
The Underdogs: A Novel of the Mexican R.i:volution,
trans. E. Munguia Jr.
(New York: New American Library,
1963),
31.
PROLOGUE
Trans. Walter Kaufman (New York: Anchor,
1963).
2
The dreanl is described in Rosalie Evans to DaiSY Pettus, Mar.
28, 1917,
and Rosalie to
Harry Evans, n.d. (Mar.?
1917),
Rosalie Evans Papers
(REP),
Alderman Library, Univer-
sity of Virginia, box
I,
"Correspondence" folder. This collection has been extensively reo
arranged since I did my research in the early
1990S.
Future researchers can consult an excel·
lent new finding aid there should they wish to see any REP item referenced in this book.
3 Rosalie to Harry Evans, n.d.; Rosalie Evans to Daisy Pettus, Mar.
28, 1917;
Harry
to
Rosalie, Oct.
II, 1917;
Rosalie
to
Harry, n.d.; Rosalie to Harry, Nov.
22, 1917.
All in
REP,
box
I
,"Correspondence" folder.
4
Sir Oliver Lodge,
Raymond, or, Life and Death
(London: Metheun,
1916).
5
Preceding quotations from Rosalie Evans diary, Dec.
4,
1917-Jan.
7, 1918,
entries for
Dec.
4, 9, 14, 1917, REP,
box 3.
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