|Statement||a collection of essays edited by Leo Huberman and Paul M. Sweezy.|
|Series||Modern reader paperback -- 14|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Huberman, Leo, Regis Debray and the Latin American revolution. New York, M[onthly] R[eview] Press . Revolution in the Revolution Today, his obsession isn't ideology- it's "mediology." Twenty-seven years ago, French radical theoretician Régis Debray was sentenced by a Bolivian military tribunal. REVOLUTION IN THE REVOLUTION? than incitations to greater action. Onthe side of reaction, they provide ready-made justific«tion for posing as guardians of national unity and territorial integrity threatened by this can-cerous growth, and for attacking the communist "separatists." For propaganda reasons, the bourgeoisie little by little inflates. Revolution in the Revolution: Armed Struggle and Political Struggle in Latin America [Debray, Regis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Revolution in the Revolution: Armed Struggle and Political Struggle in Latin AmericaCited by:
Regis Debray is the young French philosopher now in a Bolivian prison. His Revolution in the Revolution? () advocated small, mobile, aggressive guerrilla bands, or focos, to create mass revolutionary support rather than presupposing it. It is a pleasure to have these criticisms gathered into a book. They mostly agree with Clea Silva that Debray overextends the Cuban example, misinterprets. About Revolution in the Revolution?. Revolution in the Revolution? is a brilliant, pragmatic assessment of the situation in Latin America in the s. First published in , it became a controversial handbook for guerrilla warfare and revolution, read alongside Che’s own pamphlets, with which it can compete in terms of historical importance and insight to this day. Intellectual, journalist, government official and professor. He is known for his theorization of mediology, a critical theory of the long-term transmission of cultural meaning in human society; and for having fought in with Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara in Bolivia/5(5). The young French proponent of revolutionary guerrilla war conducts two interviews with newly elected Chilean president Salvador Allende, head of the Popular Unity coalition and leader of his own Socialist Party. Debray, whose Guevarist enthusiasm sprang from impatience with left-wing reform and parliamentarism as revolutionary strategy, nevertheless affectionately addresses Allende as.
Latin American Revolutions. The Latin American region witnessed various revolutions in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The result of these revolutions was the formation of independent countries in Latin America. American Revolution/Mexican Revolution: North American colonists had already defeated the English, even though. Modern Latin American Revolutions By Eric Selbin Westview Press, (2nd edition) Read preview Overview The Democratic Revolution in Latin America: History, Politics, and U.S. Policy By Howard J. Wiarda Holmes & Meier, Causes of the Latin American Revolution Main Causes (cont.) Once the call for Independence was spread throughout the Americas, the people saught out to rise up against the Spanish rule in their country. This would lead to rebellions and strong leaders like Simon Bolivar and. Revolution in the Revolution? | Revolution in the Revolution? is a brilliant, pragmatic assessment of the situation in Latin America in the s. First published in , it became a controversial handbook for guerrilla warfare and revolution, read alongside Che's own pamphlets, with which it can compete in terms of historical importance and insight to this day.