2 de octubre ¡No se olvida! Tlatelolco in my Memory

Juan O’Gorman, Ciudad de México, 1949 Museo de Arte Moderno, INBA, https://tinyurl.com/yahy655v
Closeup of the Tlateloco complex in the map of 1550
Mexican Soldiers, October 2 1968 . Bettmann, via Getty Images https://tinyurl.com/y9hezuxj

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Mexicano orgulloso, migrante renuente. Economista ITAM y Politólogo Duke. Senior Fellow en CDDRL y Director Centro Estudios Latinoamericanos Stanford University

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Mexicano orgulloso, migrante renuente. Economista ITAM y Politólogo Duke. Senior Fellow en CDDRL y Director Centro Estudios Latinoamericanos Stanford University

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