On the Marcos Fascist Dictatorship On the Marcos Fascist Dictatorship
#11 - Sison Reader Series

On the Marcos Fascist Dictatorship

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Publisher Description

It is necessary and appropriate to circulate this book in order to mark the forthcoming 50th anniversary of the martial law proclamation dated September 21, 1972, which launched the Marcos fascist dictatorship, and to wage a counter-offensive to the systematic campaign of the Marcos and Duterte political dynasties to misrepresent the traitorous, brutal and corrupt  Marcos fascist rule from 1972 to 1986 as a golden era for the Filipino people.
It is our urgent task to carry out a sustained campaign of information and education to propagate the historical facts and truth about the Marcos fascist dictatorship because the most malevolent anti-national and anti-democratic forces servile to US imperialism and the local exploiting classes of big compradors, landlords and bureaucrat capitalists have succeeded in carrying out a counterrevolutionary campaign of violence and deception and in using automated electoral fraud in order to install the son and daughter of two tyrants as president and vice president, respectively.

About the Author:  Jose Maria Sison led the reestablishment of the Communist Party of the Philippines in 1968 as well as  the founding of the New People's Army in 1969 and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines in 1973. He is now among the world's most outstanding theoreticians in Marxism-Lenininism-Maoism. He continues to do research and write on Philippine and global issues as a public intellectual.

About the Series:  The International Network of Philippine Studies proudly  presents the eleventh book of the Sison Reader Series:  On  the Marcos  Fascist Dictatorship. Shortly following will be On the Legal Democratic Mass Movement, On the Revolutionary Mass Movement, On the Workers' Movement, On the Peasant Movement and Land Reform, On the Youth Movement, Women in Revolution, On National Minorities and their Right to Self-Determination, Imperialism in the Philippines, Imperialism in Various Global Regions, On Ecology and Environment, On People's Rights, Justice and Peace, and more books in the series.

GENRE
Politics & Current Events
RELEASED
2022
August 31
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
959
Pages
PUBLISHER
Intl Network of Philippine Studies
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
819.8
KB

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