The second declaration of Havana [Cuba's answer to the OAS]; on Feb. 4, 1962, nearly a million Cubans massed in Havana to protest the U.S.-inspired decision at Punta del Este to exclude Cuba from the Organization of American States. Cuba's reply to the OAS action, presented as a manifesto to the Havana rally by premier Fidel Castro, was the second declaration of Havana

New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1962. 23p., printed double-column on newsprint, staplebound in coated decorated 8.25 x 5.5 inch wraps; old price label on cover, otherwise very good.

"This translation of the declaration was originally published in the March 5, 1962, issue of The Militant"

Cat.No: 183785

Price: $17.00

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