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Paperback, Signed, With dedication Condition: Moderate tanning with minimal foxing/ wear, Good/ Good- Synopsis: Jose M.Sison, the most prominent leader of the Philippine Left, otherwise known as the National Democratic Movement, unfolds Philippine history and contemporary circumstances, the political, economic, and social crisis of Philippine society, and the Philippine revolutionary movement in an interview with Dr Rainer Werning. Sison candidly discusses his life, times, and ideas. Since the fall of Marcos and the rise of Mrs Aquino, the fundamental problems of the Philippines have remained unsolved. In years to come, the Philippine situation and the revolutionary process will have a dramatic effect on all of society.


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