Revolutionary

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1 Sarkesia, Sam, edited by Revolutionary Guerrilla Warfare
This volume stems from the editor's experience in the military and in the university, having taken part in guerrilla warfare in Vietnam during 1966-1967. Revolution as used in this volume refers primarily to armed struggle and violence aimed at basic change in the structure, policies and leadership of government and society. This narrower definition leaves room for a wide range of viewpoints and interpretations, whether one is studying the older classic revolutions or the more recent "wars of national liberation. " This volume focuses primarily upon latter day revolutionary movements. Historically, these have been most likely to occur in societies attempting to evolve from traditional to modern. Traditional societies, usually peasant-based, ultimately elicited the Maoist model of revolutionary guerrilla warfare. It allows and even demands adaptability to the particular characteristics of a particular society. This volume is meant to serve as a thorough survey of the many interrelated aspects of this class of phenomena. 623 pages, with some underlining and highlighting. 9 1/4" x 6" wide.
Precedent Pub
Chicago, 1975, Unknown
Hardcover
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