The Wall Street Journal, 5/29/14
Old revolutionaries apparently needn’t die these days in Mexico. They can just change their name and fade away. The man who, until it was announced in a statement Sunday, called himself Subcomandante Marcos, the nonindigenous leader of a Maya Indian rebellion that jolted Mexico two decades ago, now insists on being called Subcomandante Galeano. He also announced his retirement from his day job as rebel leader and spokesman.