The First and Second Declarations of Havana: Manifestos of Revolutionary Struggle in the Americas Adopted by the Cuban People
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 the First and Second Declarations of Havana, 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 affirming the power of the great mass of toiling humanity that has begun to march continue to stand as manifestos of revolutionary struggle by working people the world over.
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Preface by MaryAlice Waters
Second Declaration of Havana
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