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Fire in the Americas: Forging a Revolutionary Agenda (Haymarket)

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Paperback, 128 pages
Published February 1st 1987 by Verso Books
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Mar 10, 2013 Michael rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Latin Americanists, Marxist historians, political buffs
Recommended to Michael by: Argentina Daley
Shelves: politics
This was assigned for the Core Program I took in “Democracy and Tyranny” in my first year of college, lo these many years ago. I don’t think I read it at the time: it may have been supplemental reading, not the subject of discussion in Seminar, but I may have just been slacking. That’s sort of too bad, in retrospect, because it would have interested me then, and it was far more relevant in the brief period (end of the 1980s) when there was still a revolutionary regime in power in Nicaragua, not...more
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