A Conference Without Glory and Without Program

Authors

  • Adolfo Gilly

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-017-11-1966-04_3

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Abstract

Those present at the final session of the Tricontinental Conference of Havana were witnesses to an extraordinary spectacle: Fidel Castro furiously attacking a guerrilla movement that is struggling, arms in hand, in the mountains and streets of Guatemala, for the socialist revolution. The attack was made at the end of the Conference, when there was no possibility for discussion or rebuttal, and took by surprise those delegates not belonging to the Communist Parties.

Published

1966-04-03

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