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Mary-Alice Waters Author- IS SOCIALIST REVOLUTION IN THE U.S POSSIBLE? A NECESSARY DEBATE

      IS SOCIALIST REVOLUTION IN THE U.S POSSIBLE?  A NECESSARY DEBATE

      by Mary-Alice Waters  

      In two talks- part of a wide-ranging debate at the Venezuela International Book Fairs in 2007 and 2008- Waters explains why a socialist revolution in the US is possible.  Why revolutionary struggles by working people are inevitable, forced upon us by the crisis-driven assaults of the propertied classes.  As solidarity grows among a fighting vanguard of working people, the outlines of coming class battles can be seen.  US $7.  Also in Spanish and French.  ISBN 978-1-604880018-2  

      Pathfinder Press

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Martin Koppel, Mary-Alice Waters, and Others Authors- THE CUBAN FIVE

      THE CUBAN FIVE

      Who they are, Why they were framed, Why they should be free 

      by Martin Koppel, Mary-Alice Waters, and others

      Held in US prisons since 1998, five Cuban revolutionists were framed up for being part of a “Cuban spy network” in Florida.  Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labanino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando Gonzalez, and Rene Gonzalez were keeping tabs for the Cuban government on armed counterrevolutionary groups with a long record of deadly attacks on Cuba from US soil.  Articles from the MILITANT on the truth about the frame-up and the international fight to free them.  US$5.  Also in Spanish.  ISBN 978-1-604488-041-0

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Vilma Espin, Asela De Los Santos, Yolanda Ferrer- WOMEN IN CUBA: THE MAKING OF A REVOLUTION WITHIN THE REVOLUTION

      WOMEN IN CUBA: THE MAKING OF A REVOLUTION WITHIN THE REVOLUTION

      From Santiago de Cuba and the Rebel Army, to the Birth of the Federation of Cuban Women

      by Vilma Espin, Asela De Los Santos, Yolanda Ferrer

      The social revolution that in 1959 brought down the bloody Batista disctatorship began in the streets of cities like Santiago de Cuba and the Rebel Army’s liberated mountain zones of eastern Cuba.  The unprecedented integration of women in the ranks and leadership of this struggle was a true measure of the revolutionary course it has followed to this day.  Here, in firsthand accounts by women who helped make it, is the story of that revolution … and “the revolution within.”  Introduction by Mary-Alice Waters.  US$20.  Also in Spanish.  ISBN 978-1-60488-036-6

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