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   High Aztech, by Ernest Hogan  
 
  Novel, first publication in February 1992
 
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      Xolotl Zapata, a poet and underground journalist, is running for his life in 21st-century Mexico. Since the Armageddon War, Mexico has become a world power, and science has developed artificial viruses that can "infect" the brain with religion--and Zapata is the carrier. Hogan is the author of Cortez on Jupiter.

     
     
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