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Title:
Revolution and revolutionaries : guerrilla movements in Latin America
Author:
Castro, Daniel, 1945-
Publication Information:
Wilmington, Del. : SR Books, 1999.
Physical Description:
xxxvii, 236 pages ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
Introduction: the interminable war: guerrillas in Latin American history / Daniel Castro -- The rebellion of Tupac Amaru / Alberto Flores Galindo -- The caste war: rural insurgency in nineteenth-century Yucatán / Terry Rugeley -- The struggle of the Zapatistas / Robert P. Millon -- The kid from Niquinohomo / Sergio Ramírez -- General principles of guerrilla warfare / Ernesto "Che" Guevara -- To free the present from the past / Régis Debray -- The fall of Arbenz and the origins of the guerrillas / Richard Gott -- Guerrilla priest / Camilo Torres -- The revolutionary path / Luis de la Puente -- Some final notes [on a guerrilla experience] / Héctor Béjar -- Defeat in Bolivia / Inti Peredo -- Problems and principles of strategy / Carlos Marighella -- Thirty questions to a Tupamaro -- Questions to a militant of the PRT-ERP / James Petras -- In the Shining Path of Mariátegui, Mao Tse-Tung, or Presidente Gonzalo? Peru's Sendero Luminoso in historical perspective / Daniel Masterson -- The iron legions / Daniel Castro -- Tunnel to Canto Grande / Claribel Alegria and Darwin J. Flakoll -- Sources and resources of Zapatism / Michael Lowy -- End of an era / Herbert Braun.
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ISBN:
9780842026253

9780842026260
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