Dr. Ezekiel Walker
In 1999, the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) reversed course on its tradition of free education and installed a tuition requisite for attendance. In response, students launched a massive strike and eventually overturned the decision. This paper explores the possible role global institutions like the IMF may have played and argues that the strike was part of a broader movement against economic globalization. This paper places the student strike in its proper context and analyzes how students perceived their role in the strike.
"Mexico in 1999: Taking back the UNAM,"
The Pegasus Review: UCF Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 8:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/urj/vol8/iss2/5