Introducción al pensamiento socialista
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El socialismo como ética revolucionaria y teoría de la rebelión
Edited and introduced by Néstor Kohan
Spanish language
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Una guía introductoria al socialismo para los jóvenes estudiantes y activistas de América Latina.

This is a clear, accessible, and highly informative history of socialist thought, seen from a uniquely Latin American perspective. Includes excerpts from the great rebel thinkers, including Karl Marx, Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, Rosa Luxemburg, José Carlos Mariátegui, Camilo Torres, Roque Dalton, Jean-Paul Sartre and more. Read more »
Louise Michel
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Vidas Rebeldes
Edited by Nic MacLellan
Spanish language
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Feminista, anarquista y revolucionaria encarcelada y exiliada por dirigir el levantamiento popular de 1871 en París.

Louise Michel was the incendiary leader of the 1871 Paris Commune, when the city's population rose up to establish a short-lived workers' government. A feminist, anarchist and irrepressible rebel, "The Red Virgin" spent much of her life on the run, in exile or in jail. Features commentaries by Emma Goldman, Bertolt Brecht, Sheila Rowbotham, Howard Zinn, Victor Hugo and Karl Marx. Read more »
Rosa Luxemburgo
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Vidas Rebeldes
Edited by Néstor Kohan
Spanish language
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La obra de Rosa, su pensamiento marxista, su ética revolucionaria y ejemplo de vida, continúan vivos.

A brilliant leader, recognized for her sharp critique of global capitalism and its drive to war, Rosa Luxemburg was one of the outstanding Marxists of the 20th century. She played a central role in the working class and radical movements of both Poland and Germany before she was assassinated in 1919. Read more »
Tania la guerrillera
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Y la epopeya suramericana del Che
Ulises Estrada
Spanish language
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La historia de la extraordinaria mujer que peleó junto al Che Guevara en Bolivia, paradigma de la rebeldía.

Tania was born in Argentina in 1937, the daughter of German Jewish refugees. She became one of Cuba's most successful agents in Latin America, penetrating Bolivia's highest political circles. When her cover was blown, she joined Che Guevara's guerrilla group, but was killed in an ambush in August 1967. Read more »
Haydée habla del Moncada
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Haydée Santamaría
Prologue by Celia María Hart Santamaría
Spanish language
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El testimonio de Haydée, una de las dos mujeres que participaron en el ataque al cuartel Moncada con Fidel en 1953.

Haydée Santamaría describes her experience as one of the two women to participate in the armed attack that sparked the Cuban revolution. The group of young activists were led by Fidel Castro. Haydée was captured, and tortured horrifically, but on her release joined the underground movement against Batista's dictatorship. Read more »