Regis Debray and the Latin American Revolution
A Collection of Essays
Huberman, Leo; Sweezy, Paul M.
Publisher: Modern Reader, New York, USA
Year Published: 1969 First Published: 1968
Resource Type: Book
Cx Number: CX7608
Essays responding to Debray's book Revolution in the Revolution, which argued that the establishment of guerilla foci were the key to the revolutionary process in Latin America.
Table of Contents
1. Debray: The Strength and the Weakness
2. Class, Politics and Debray
3. The Errors of the Foco Theory
4. Questions on the Debray Thesis
5. Debray and the Cuban Experience
6. The Marxism of Regis Debray
7. Radical but Wrong
8. Debray: Black Power and Student Power
9. Regis Debray: Historical Truths and Historical Aberrations
10. An Anti-Communist Manifesto
11. Debray: Revolutionary or Elitist?
12. Theory and Practice of Insurrection
13. Revolutionary Theory: Che Guevara and Regis Debray
14. A Reply