México insurgente
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John Reed
Spanish language

Reed’s classic account of Pancho Villa and the Mexican revolution is an early example of an “embedded” journalist, who shared the daily lives of the insurgents and was a witness to the wretched lives of the Mexican people. This is one of the most vivid testimonies of this revolutionary upheaval.

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Discursos ante el Senado
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Soy un escritor elegido senador por los obreros
Pablo Neruda
Spanish language
One of the leading poets of his time, Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda is not so well known for his political activism and his period as a Chilean Senator (1945-48). This book contains some of his most eloquent political speeches, including his famous 1948 speech, “I accuse,” which denounced the political repression and the banning of the Communist Party. Read more »
Apuntes filosóficos
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Ernesto Che Guevara
Compilado por María del Carmen Ariet García
Spanish language
This new anthology, including many previously unpublished articles, brings together Che Guevara’s writings on philosophy and politics, revealing him as one of the great intellectuals and thinkers of the 20th century. It includes the lists of his individual study program from his youth and his comments on the texts he was reading, right up to the time of his death. Read more »
¿Habrá paz en Colombia?
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Entrevistas al comandante Timoleón Jiménez y documentos sobre el diálogo entre las FARC-EP y el gobierno colombiano
Delegación de Paz de las FARC-EP
Spanish language
Prepared as a submission to the peace talks, this book contains interviews with FARC leader TimoIeón Jiménez together with key documents and letters related to the dialog initiated in 2012 between the guerrillas and the government, which may finally lead to peace and social justice in Colombia. Read more »
El legado de Allende
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Fidel Castro, Beatriz Allende Bussi
Spanish language
The Popular Unity government (1970-73) under President Allende was a popularly elected, democratic, nationalist government committed to sovereignty, self-determination and the recovery and control of Chile’s great wealth for the benefit of the people. Nevertheless, Washington viewed this as a threat to US hegemony and backed the bloody 9-11-1973 coup. Read more »
De academias y subterráneos
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Laboratorios de tortura del Chile escondido
Guillermo Teillier del Valle
Spanish language
Now a prominent left-wing political figure in Chile and member of parliament, the author describes his experiences following the 1973 military coup in Chile and his own torture in secret underground torture chambers designed to study the effectiveness of different methods of torture on prisoners used by subsequent repressive regimes. Read more »
América Latina y la tercera ola emancipadora
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Hugo Moldiz
Spanish language
After the independence movements of the 19th century and the liberation struggles of the last century, Latin America is now experiencing another emancipatory wave with new popularly elected governments. But the author asks whether democratic reforms will overcome the legacy of imperialist domination and achieve full sovereignty and social justice. Read more »
El país que quiero
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2014: Elecciones Presidenciales en El Salvador
Salvador Sánchez Cerén
Spanish language
Salvador Sánchez, former FMLN guerrilla commander and vice-president of El Salvador, outlines his vision for his country as he prepares for his campaign for president in the 2014 elections. He shares his honest assessment of the achievements and failures of the FMLN government elected in 2009 and the challenges ahead. Read more »
La guerra que no quisimos
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El Salvador, 1980-1992
Salvador Sánchez Cerén
Spanish language
For decades in El Salvador, all avenues to peaceful road to reform and social justice were closed and electoral fraud guaranteed military rule. The author is a historical leader of the FMLN that initiated a popular armed struggle that eventually led to a peace accord and a democratically elected government. Read more »
Ana María, combatiente de la vida
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Mélida Anaya Montes: salvadoreña, maestra, guerrillera
Iosu Perales y Claudia Sánchez
Prólogo de Salvador Sánchez Cerén
Spanish language
This is the powerful story of a Salvadoran woman of humble origin, who, as a teacher, unionist and social activist, was drawn into the revolutionary movement and became famous as guerrilla commander “Ana Maria.” She was assassinated in 1983 as a result of an internal conflict within the FMLN. Read more »