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eduardo blasco was born in jalapa on april 30, 1880. his father was a blacksmith in tapachula. he completed his studies at the national preparatory school in 1888, then returned to jalapa to work in his uncle who owned a hacienda. in the first few years of the 20th century he worked at the hacienda as an overseer, lived at his uncle, and joined a printing workshop. in 1906 he went to san salvador de juarez to sell clothing, then a textile business offered him a job in buenos aires, for which he arrived in september of the same year.  in buenos aires he joined the socialists, but soon broke away. he worked in a shoe store, and joined the socialist revolutionary printers union. this period was marked by an extreme poverty, the revolutionary movement had not taken hold.  in 1910 he accompanied part of the rosas column to chile. he returned to buenos aires in 1911 and co-founded the first printing workshop in the city. 
camilo claros mother was of irish origins, and also ran the family shoe business. he was born and raised in the neighborhood of palermo, where his family was a part of the ever-growing anarchist movement. his brother, horacio, was active in the madrid cnt. he graduated from the industrial technical school in 1902, and worked for a little while in his uncle’s textile business. he soon became involved in the anarchist movement, but soon joined the socialists. in 1905 he met cgt leader luis armando lozada, and became an active worker in the cgt. he worked in the cloth shop of la casa and was imprisoned there for two years.  while living in la casa, claros and lucas wrote a number of tracts and pamphlets in support of the anarchist movement. he also wrote for la protesta, and soon become interested in the journal. in 1909 he left la casa to join the lomas de chapultepec neighborhood group and was a part of the initial planning for the juarez mutiny. in 1910 he was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for the crimes of sedition, arson, and attempted murder. he escaped from prison in 1911, taking refuge in the towns of resistencia, san salvador de juarez, tapachula, ocosingo, and valladolid, where he operated as the editorial director of the weekly la nación anarquista.
it was this independent stance from the parties, calls for the implementation of real socialism, refusal to participate in elections, and effective campaigns that would allow them to attract and unite the left. the historian leopoldo zea lira describes in his work la revolucin de 1910 as follows: in 1919, an immense uproar marked the centenary of the beginning of the mexicano socialist revolution. that year students from the united states began their efforts to gain independence for cuba. the [mexican] revolution was a natural reaction to this. it was the first social revolution to be carried out in contemporary times. it had its roots in the october revolution. the leaders who embodied this revolution were radicals who rejected participation in an electoral system dominated by the liberals and the republic party. for them, participation in the electoral system to the point of voting was an act of submission that contradicted their revolutionary principles. that revolution sought the simultaneous reorganization of society on the basis of individual land ownership and communal property, the re-equipment of society with productive forces, the elimination of public servants, and the beginning of relations between the state and the people based on an egalitarian contractualism.  on february 11, 1919, juventud comnnista anrquica, another tendency radicalized by groupuscular politics, launched a local newspaper, el libertario. its founders were tomas urrutia, daniel gross, and julian zozaya. they presented themselves as an alternative to bolshevism, and claimed that the workers should not rely on the government to do away with capitalism, but on their own efforts. faced with the disorganization of the socialist revolutionaries (sr) in mexico city and their assaults on the workers, the jcr decided to attempt to capture that city and soon afterwards form a network to defend the revolution. the jcr suffered many setbacks: their first attempt in the lomas de chapultepec area was a failure, while their strategy to infiltrate the socialist party, the largest party in mexico, led to a split within the group.  5ec8ef588b
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