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Oaxaca Teachers' Strike Gains Momentum

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Oaxaca Teachers' Strike Gains Momentum

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Oaxaca Teachers' Strike Gains Momentum

Oaxaca Teachers' Strike Gains Momentum

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What began May 22 as a teacher's strike in Oaxaca, Mexico, has escalated into a round-the-clock demonstration, with protesters occupying the city's center, demanding the resignation of the governor, and taking over radio and television stations to ensure their version of the news is broadcast. James C. McKinley Jr. of the New York Times talks with Robert Siegel.

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