Nowhere are the questions of revolutionary strategy that today confront men and women on the front lines of struggles in the Americas addressed with greater truthfulness and clarity than in these two documents, adopted by million-strong assemblies of the Cuban people in 1960 and 1962. These uncompromising indictments of imperialist plunder and “the exploitation of man by man” continue to stand as manifestos of revolutionary struggle by working people the world over.
“Expanded edition … includes black and white photographs of the speeches and of key political rallies that took place in Cuba during those years, as well as footnotes that explain historical references.”—Críticas
“A new preface, a special twelve-page section of black and white photographic plates, glossary, chronology, and index…. Remains as sharply focused a call to revolutionary struggle today as it was forty-five years ago. A valuable contribution to Cuban history and political rhetoric shelves.”—Wisconsin Bookwatch
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Preface by Mary-Alice Waters, 12-page photo section, chronology, glossary, index.