In Defense of Socialism: Four Speeches on the 30th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution
Pathfinder, 1989 - 142 pages
Economic and social progress is not only possible without the dog-eat-dog competition of capitalism, but socialism remains the only way forward for humanity. He describes the decisive place of Cuban volunteer combatants in the final stage of the struggle in Angola against the invasion forces of the South African apartheid regime. Introduction by Mary-Alice Waters, photos, map, notes, index.
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As long as the empire exists
The Cuban people will always remain
Thirty years of the Cuban revolution
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In defense of socialism: four speeches on the 30th anniversary of the Cuban ...
Fidel Castro,Mary-Alice Waters
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