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Intl Network of Philippine Studies

On the Workers' Movement

On the Workers' Movement

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The growing imperialist turmoil in the world capitalist system makes socialism a clear prospect to the broad masses of the people. This necessitates the study of the historical background and the analysis of the current concrete conditions of the workers' movement in the Philippines and all over the world.

Joma's firm wish was always for the proletariat and peoples of the world to dismantle the monopoly capitalist system and replace it with a just, democratic, and peaceful new world in which socialism prevails.

About the Author:

Jose Maria Sison led the reestablishment of the Communist Party of the Philippines in December 1968 as well as the founding of the New People's Army in March 1969 and the National Democratic Front in April 1973. He was the world's most outstanding theoreticians in Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. While living, he did research and wrote on Philippine and global issues as a public intellectual.

About the Series:

The International Network of Philippine Studies presents the 14th book of the Sison Reader Series: On the Workers' Movement. To follow shortly are On the Peasant Movement and Agrarian Revolution; On the Youth Movement; Women In Revolution and On the National Minorities and Their Right to Self Determination, Imperialism in the Philippines, Imperialism in Various Global Regions, On Ecology and the Environment, On People's Rights, Justice and Peace, Intensifying Interimperialist Contradictions, and many more books to complete the series.

Author: Julie de Lima, Jose Maria Sison
Publisher: Intl Network of Philippine Studies
Published: 06/13/2023
Pages: 362
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.17lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.81d
ISBN: 9798223842187

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