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Regis Debray and the Latin American revolution

Leo Huberman

Regis Debray and the Latin American revolution

a collection of essays edited by Leo Huberman and Paul M. Sweezy.

by Leo Huberman

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Published by M[onthly] R[eview] Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debray, Régis.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMonthly review
    ContributionsSweezy, Paul Marlor, 1910-,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU240 D29 H8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138p.
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18174762M

    Régis Debray: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.   Regis Debray, the young French revolutionary author who was jailed by the Bolivian Government for his part in Che Guevara's guerrilla expedition in , is obviously skeptical, though sympathetic.

    Régis Debray. Problems of Revolutionary Strategy in Latin America. always presented itself as the vanguard detachment of the Latin American Revolution, and the Cuban people and its leaders, after six years of struggle, have abandoned none of their proletarian internationalism. NLR Editors, ‘The Marxism of Regis Debray’. American civilization’s dominance over Europe—and what to do about it In , an American of taste was a European in exile; in , a trendy European is a frustrated American—or one waiting for a visa. Régis Debray explores America’s global cultural ascendancy in this provocative and witty analysis of our contemporary : Verso Books.

    Régis Debray Praised Be Our Lords Verso, , £ Régis Debray first came to prominence in the s when he published various articles and a short book, Revolution in the Revolution?, about guerrilla struggles in Latin aroused considerable interest because a new generation of the left was eager to discover revolutionary movements independent of both . Armed Struggle and Political Struggle in Latin America by Regis Debray and Bobbye Ortiz and Gregory Elliott Overview - 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.


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Strategy for Revolution:essays on Latin America By Regis Debray:editied and with an Introduction By Robin Blackburn by Regis Debray and Robin Blackburn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Revolution in the Revolution. is a brilliant, pragmatic assessment of the situation in Latin America in the s.

First published init 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 by: I must tell you that this book was a left's political best-seller, when it was launched more than almost fifty years ago.

Dozens of terrorist left's gangs, used this trash-book as its hand-book, to fight against governments in places such as Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, etc.

The main effort of Left's guerrilla was against democracies/5(2). Taking the Cuban guerrilla war led by Fidel Castro and Che Guevarra as model, Regis Debray in Revolution in the Revolution.

concludes that certain revolutonary practices have become obsolete in contemporary Latin American. He calls for a revolution in revolutionary practice/5. 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.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Huberman, Leo, Regis Debray and the Latin American revolution. New York, M[onthly] R[eview] Press []. In Latin America Regis Debray Translated from the author's FrenchandSpanishbyBobbyeOrtiz of LaPaz, the heroes of the first American workers' revolution.

Self-defense does notsuffer from alack of boldness among its promoters. Quite to the contrary, it frequently suffers from REVOLUTION IN THE REVOLUTION. The importance of Regis Debray in relation to the Latin American revolution stems from several things.

He has broken from the rigid confines of European Communism, even to the extent of rejecting the Communist Parties of Latin America as the.

Regis Debray and the Latin American revolution. New York: Monthly Review Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Régis Debray: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leo Huberman; Paul M Sweezy; Régis Debray.

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).

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 init 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.

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. The Cubans had asked Debray to prepare a polemic which would synthesize the experiences of the Cuban Revolution into a military doctrine and political line distinctively suited to Latin American conditions.

The end product of these discussions – Debray‟s book, Revolution in the Revolution. - is the single mostFile Size: KB. Régis Debray, Praised Be Our Lords (Verso, ), £ Régis Debray first came to prominence in the s when he published various articles and a short book, Revolution in the Revolution?, about guerrilla struggles in Latin aroused considerable interest because a new generation of the left was eager to discover revolutionary movements.

From the Preface by Leo Huberman and Paul : ". In AprilDebray went as a journalist. (to) Bolivia. He was arrested by the Bolivian police. reports - credible in view of what is known of present day Latin American realities - have circulated that Debray has been tortured and starved in prison and that he has been subject to lengthy interrogation by the United.

Brian LATIN AMERICAN Aarons REVOLUTION A review of the book Revolution in the Revolution by Regis Debray (Penguin) presenting the main theoretical problems of the revolutions developing throughout Latin America.

The author is a Tutor in Physics at the University of N.S.W. IN TH E U N FO RTU N A TE yet perhaps unavoidable processesCited by: 1. The mark of how much Mr. Debray wants to project the changes in his thinking - some would argue the alterations are ones of degree - is in his new book. 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. The outbursts of Regis Debray oblige us to ask ourselves just who Debray is, and in particular, what role he played in Che's Bolivian guerrilla movement.

In the publici-ty campaign for the sale of Debray's book, some news sources-like the progressive Mexican daily La Jornada-have elevated the figure of Debray to "comrade in arms" of Che in.

Strategy for Revolution: Essays on Latin America (Pelican) by Debray, Regis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Revolution in the Revolution? is a brilliant, pragmatic assessment of the situation in Latin America in the s.

First published init 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.

Revolution in the revolution? Armed struggle and political struggle in Latin America Armed struggle and political struggle in Latin America by Debray, Régis.

Publication date Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to : lucid interpreters of the current Latin American scene. Debray had his first contact with the Cuban revolution inwhen he witnessed the gigantic literacy drive carried on during that year, which transformed Cuba into the first Latin American country free of illiteracy.

The dazzling certainty of.