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Liberation Theology and Class Struggle in Latin America

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(from the back): Is Latin America a region condemned to humiliation and poverty? Condemned by whom? Is God, is Nature to blame? The oppressive climate, racial? Religion, customs? Or may not its plight be a product of history, made by human beings and so, unmakeable by human beings? THese concerns formulated by Eduardo Galeano in his book "Open Veins of Latin America" (1973 ...more
Unknown Binding, 215 pages
Published 1989 by The Evergreen State College

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Jul 08, 2012 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Marxists, relgious students, Latin Americanists
Recommended to Michael by: Jorge Gilbert
I have kept the copy of this book I got while I was Jorge's student in college at the time of its publication. The book was almost immediately steeped in controversy as Jorge was reprimanded for requiring his students to buy a book he was self-publishing through the college. The price tag is still visible on the cover: $8.10. College students today would give their right arm to pay that for a class requirement. I estimate he made at most 75 cents of profit per copy, or quite possibly lost money ...more
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