Communist Party Latin America
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Habana, Cuba: Partido Comunista de Cuba :: Universidad de la Habana, 1970. Paperback. Two issues of the Cuban-based journal, 243p., 256p., respectively, pictorial wraps; spines slightly toned, issue 1 has NACLA Berkeley rubberstamp on title page, issue 3 has slight edgewear and toned wrapper edges with same rubberstmap on front.....
La Habana: Printed by Ediciones en Colores for the Cuban government, 1965. Pamphlet. 27p. plus appended facsimile letter from Guevara; upright staplebound pamphlet, 8x4 inches, cover illustration a b&w photo of Castro at podium, back cover a group shot of assembled Party members. Che's letter runs 3 pages in photographically.....
Mexico DF: Editorial Diogenes, S.A., 1982. Paperback. First published in 1972. Softbound, 208p., glossy black wraps with close-up photo of Castro, slight edgewear to covers, entirely clean, sound and unmarked within, a very good copy. Text, be it noted, is in the Spanish language only.
Sofia: Sofia-press, 1978. Paperback. 209p., text in Spanish, softbound in 8x5 inch white wraps; has ex-school stamps on edge and titlepage and a numeral taped to heel of spine. Also has some exterior grime and a deep bump to upper corner that affects cover and every leaf. Within, reasonably clean.....
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1965. Hardcover. xii, 290p. cloth-covered boards, 6.25x9.5 inches; very good condition in a price-clipped dj. Anti-communist perspective by a former State Department intelligence analyst. Argues that Mexico has little chance of becoming Communist despite Cuban influence.
Bucharest: World Federation of Trade Unions, . Pamphlet. 39p., pamphlet in 8x5.5 inch decorated wraps, staple-fastened; poor condition, bearing a vertical crease-line, puncture holes, and many dog-ears. A reading copy. Includes section on the effects of science and technology on labor.