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6. FN11. Guilbaut 1985.
7. FN22. Greenberg 1993.
8. FN33. José Julián Martí Pérez (1853–95), Cuban revolutionary and writer; for Vasconcelos, José Carlos Mariátegui La Chira (c.1895–1930) and Reverend Father Ernesto Cardenal Martínez (born 1925), see Dimitrakaki/Craven below; Calderón (1882–1959), Mexican writer and politician, often seen as the founder of indigenismo; and Sergio Ramírez Mercado (born 1942) is a Sandinista intellectual.
9. FN44. The complexities of indigenismo and mestizaje are discussed in Dimitrakaki/Craven in this issue.
10. FN55. David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Orozco and Diego Rivera – los tres grandes – were the three key Mexican mural painters working in the wake of the Mexican revolution. All were Marxists of various stamps.