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Miró, Fidel (1910-1998) | Arquivo Histórico-Social / Projecto MOSCA

Nome: Miró, Fidel (1910-1998)
Nome Completo: Fidel Miró

Nota Biográfica:

idel Miró died on 29 June 1998 at the age of 88, after a lifetime of dedication to fighting for what he thought was fair.

A member of the CNT and FAI from a very early age, he was a member of the Nervio anarchist group and general secretary of the Libertarian Youth. After defeat in the Spanish Civil War he went into exile in Mexico where he lived out the last of his days.

From exile in Mexico he carried on working and collaborating with the libertarian movement - the Spanish as well as the Mexican. Albeit at some remove, he made an active contribution to the relaunching of the CNT in the 1970s and, among other projects, was one of the founders of the magazine Polémica and a member of its editorial team up until the day he died. His own man and a freethinker, he was a stranger to dogmatism and not much given to orthodoxy and among the books he has left behind are titles like Anarchism, Students and Violence (1969), Anarchism and Anarchists (1979) and his autobiography, Youth, Dreams and Hopes. This interview with our own Antoni Castells Duran took place on 14 December 1996 on the occasion of Miró’s last trip to Spain and it sums up the life of this tireless fighter.

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