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Saldaña was one of the Bolivians who joined ranks in 1966-67 with Ernesto Che Guevara to forge a revolutionary movement of workers, peasants, and young people to overturn the military dictatorship in Bolivia and open the road to socialist revolution in South America. He describes the unresolved battles of the tin miners, peasants, and indigenous peoples of his country that created fertile ground for Guevaras revolutionary course and mark out the future of Bolivia and the Americas.
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Foreword by Harry Villegas, introduction by Mary-Alice Waters, 8-page photo section plus additional photos, map, chronology, notes, index. Now with enlarged type.