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Latin America

Latin America

Open Veins of Latin America

Open Veins of Latin America

Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent

Since its U.S. debut a quarter-century ago, this brilliant text has set a new standard for historical scholarship of Latin America. It is also an outstanding political economy, a social and cultural narrative of the highest quality, and perhaps the finest description of primitive capital accumulation since Marx.… | more |

The Spanish-Cuban-American War and the Birth of American Imperialism

The Spanish-Cuban-American War and the Birth of American Imperialism, Vol. 1

1895-1898

Argues that the Cuban nation was a central protagonist in the conflict — rather than a passive victim of a conflict between great powers.… | more |

The Spanish-Cuban-American War and the Birth of American Imperialism, Vol. 2

The Spanish-Cuban-American War and the Birth of American Imperialism, Vol. 2

1898-1902

This volume covers the imposition of the U.S. domination over Cuba through the Platt Amendment, which marks the beginning of U.S. neocolonialism.… | more |

We, the Puerto Rican People

We, the Puerto Rican People

A Story of Oppression and Resistance

Silén restores to his people their history, stolen from them along with their land and independence.… | more |

Latin America: Underdevelopment or Revolution

Latin America: Underdevelopment or Revolution

Underdevelopment or Revolution

In his second book, Andre Gunder Frank expands on the theme presented in his influential study Capitalism and Underdevelopment in Latin America. It is the colonial structure of world capitalism, in his view, which produced and maintains the underdevelopment characteristic of Latin America and the rest of the Third World. This colonial structure penetrates everywhere in Latin America, forming and transforming all its features in obedience to its own imperatives and thereby imposing upon the region those characteristic features of poverty and backwardness which are not primarily the remnants of an ancient “feudal” past but the direct products of capitalism. This development of underdevelopment will persist, therefore, until the people of Latin America free themselves from world capitalism by means of revolution. The Cuban Revolution is thus viewed as the first effort in a continent-wide revolutionary process direct against both imperialism and the national bourgeoisie.… | more |

Growth of the Modern West Indies

Growth of the Modern West Indies

Analyzes West Indian society in detail from the First World War through the 1960s.… | more |

Capitalism and Underdevelopment in Latin America

Capitalism and Underdevelopment in Latin America

Historical Studies of Chile and Brazil

The four essays in this book offer a sweeping reinterpretation of Latin American history as an aspect of the world-wide spread of capitalism in its commercial and industrial phases. Dr. Frank lays to rest the myth of Latin American feudalism, demonstrating in the process the impossibility of a bourgeois revolution in a part of the world which is already part and parcel of the capitalist system.… | more |

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

Freedom and Power in the Caribbean

Details the history of modern Puerto Rico, advancing independence and socialism as the answer to the Puerto Rican tragedy.… | more |

Cuba and the U.S.

The questions below were submitted, in writing, to Comandante Guevara by Leo Huberman during the week of the invasion; the answers were received the end of June.… | more |

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