Civil Society in the Rubble of Tlatelolco, 1985–1988
This chapter begins with the September 1985 earthquake that devastated Mexico City. It examines the pivotal role of middle-class residents in the protest movement that emerged after the natural disaster, focusing on the massive Tlatelolco apartment building complex. It also analyzes how the postearthquake landscape of Mexico City functioned as a sort of crucible for neoliberalism.
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