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El Paso Ju Rez Served As The Tinderbox Of The Mexican Revolution And The Tumultuous Years To Follow In Essays And Archival Photographs, David Romo Tells The Surreal Stories At The Roots Of The Greatest Latin American Revolution The Sainted Beauty Queen Teresita Inspires Revolutionary Fervor And Is Rud To Have Blessed The First Rifles Of The Revolutionaries Anarchists Publish Newspapers And Hatch Plots Against The Hated Porfirio Diaz Regime Mexican Outlaw Pancho Villa Eats Ice Cream Cones And Rides His Indian Motorcycle Happily Through Downtown El Paso S Gringo Mayor Wears Silk Underwear Because He Is Afraid Of Mexican Lice John Reed Contributes A Never Before Published Essay Young Mexican Maids Refuse To Be Deloused So They Shut Down The Border And Back Down Pershing S Men In The Process Vegetarian And Spiritualist Francisco Madero Institutes The Mexican Revolutionary Junta In El Paso Before Crossing Into Ju Rez To His Ill Fated Presidency And Assassination And Bands Play Verdi While Firing Squads Go About Their Deadly Business Romo S Work Does What Mike Davis City Of Quartz Did For Los Angeles It Presents A Subversive And Contrary Vision Of The Sister Cities During This Crucial Time For Both Countries.David Dorado Romo, The Son Of Mexican Immigrants, Is An Essayist, Historian, Musician And Cultural Activist Ringside Seat To A Revolution Is The Result Of His Three Year Exploration Of Archives Detailing The Cultural And Political Roots Of The Mexican Revolution Along La Frontera Romo Received A Degree In Judaic Studies At Stanford University And Has Studied In Israel And Italy.


10 thoughts on “Ringside Seat to a Revolution

  1. Melissa Melissa says:

    For the museum s book club.Romo takes a slightly different approach to local history he s looking at the geography of a city to discover the layers of history And in a town like El Paso, which is literally on top of the border, well, geography means a lot.While reading this book, I found myself wishing I knew a bitabout the Mexican R...


  2. LonewolfMX Luna LonewolfMX Luna says:

    Bought this book here in San Francisco 4 years ago before I moved here at City Lights Bookstore deals with the history of Cuidad Juarez, Coahuila and El Paso, Texas during the Mexican Revolution it is a very detailed picture book that provides background history about both these border cities during this perilous time Such as Pancho Villa y los Dorados del Norte, President Francisco Madero, and the average residents of both these cities that witnessed the carnage o Bought this book here in San Francisco 4 years ago before I moved here at City Lights Bookstore deals with the history of Cuidad Juarez, Coahuila and...


  3. kaity kaity says:

    Recommend taking the walking tour at the end of this book.


  4. Christina Christina says:

    I adored it Romo really took the time to give a nice snapshot of El Paso life during the revolution.


  5. Damaris Damaris says:

    I LOVED this book I think all history books should be like this


  6. Don Voorhees Don Voorhees says:

    Excellent book.


  7. Bob Roller Bob Roller says:

    Revolution from the perspective of the quirky common folk Excellent pictures as well.