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To Die on Your Feet examines Guerrero's involvement in a broad anarchist movement - led in part by Ricardo Flores Magon - that helped to provoke the Mexican Revolution against the government of Porfirio Diaz. Though raised as the son of a wealthy hacendado, he was a champion of the downtrodden. Guerrero despised greed, ignorance and despotism and used his pen as his primary weapon against such oppressions, writing incendiary essays for three liberal newspapers, Revolucion, Regeneracion and Punto Rojo in which he promoted socialist and anarchist ideals.
People on both sides of the Mexico-United States border took note.