Commemorative number of the magazine El Machete, a publication financed by the Mexican Communist Party of 1980 1981, which with only fifteen issues became a point of reference for social analysis and political culture. The original director of the magazine, the anthropologist Roger Bartra, is once again at the head of this issue number 16, in which some of his original collaborators, such as Christopher Domnguez Michael, Hugo Vargas and Jos Ramn Enrquez, also participate. True to its original proposal to be a space for social analysis and political culture with a critical, playful and ironic perspective, the current edition of El Machete participates in the revision of the legacy of communism as a political ideology a little over 25 years of the fall of the socialist bloc, but it also joins the discussion of current issues such as the present and future role of the left in Mexico and Latin America, as well as the impact of new technologies as tools that make possible a post-capitalist revolution.
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