Escritos 30 (64):103-120 (2022)

This article analyzes the opposition press during the Regeneration in Colombia and the Porfiriato in Mexico. To do this, two publications were chosen that illustrate the problem that opposition journalism faced during these governments: El Relator and Regeneración. It is shown that, despite facing persecution and censorship, the opposition press contributed to the formation of the nation and democracy from alternative discourses.
Keywords Censura  Colombia  México  Oposición  Periodismo colombiano  Periodismo mexicano  Ricardo Flores Magón  Santiago Pérez Manosalva
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DOI 10.18566/escr.v30n64.a09
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