ourselves, which we have stubbornly denied during the last five hundred years. All Mexicans; indigenous and non-indigenous, must find in our past, not only inspiration, but a millennial historical and philosophical processes and cultural continuity, in order to be able to imagine and build our own future, where there are no longer victors and defeated; but simply, the sons of the sons of the old grandparents.
Spring of 1996.
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