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Socialist Reading......

Yo friends! I need some advice from the more political active of ya! (Looking at Malc, Grim and Adam primarily I'm guessing on this one...)

I would like to have some books suggestions on the following:

Cuban Revolution and the Revolutionary Movement in South/Central America
France 1968 (Student and Workers Protests)
Pro-active Socialism and underground movements in the 60's through to modern day

Many thanks for tips!

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gavin_
Nov. 6th, 2005 11:26 pm (UTC)
oops...
a couple of assumptions I've made.

On italy.. Negri is a renowned Marxist intellectual who was imprisoned for, I think, 10 years, as a 'leader' of the red brigades, despite international protests at a crooked trial. No connection was ever established between them and him, as with many others imprisoned for the same sort of thing. He's since been freed and published a couple of very influential books on globalisation and the opposition to it.

COPAC is the network of academic libraries which you can search on the net.

ak press is a book distributor - www.akuk.com

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