Three Reports on the Guatemalan Guerrillas: A Favorable View of FAR; FAR and MR-13 Compared; Conversations with the Guatemalan Delegates in Cuba

Authors

  • John A. Ehrenreich
  • Barbara Ehrenreich
  • Judy Hicks
  • A. P. Short

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-018-09-1967-02_3

Keywords:

Movements

Abstract

In the past two years, beginning with Adolfo Gilly's articles in the May and June, 1965 issues, Monthly Review has devoted considerable space to the guerrilla movement in Guatemala. From time to time readers who have had an unusual opportunity to observe or learn about conditions in Guatemala pass along these impressions or information to us. We publish below three such reports. The first is by John and Barbara Ehrenreich, who are graduate students in biology. The second is by Judy Hicks who has a Ph.D. in anthropology. And the third is by A.P. Short, who was the delegate of the Young Socialist League of Jamaica to last summer's July 26th celebration in Cuba. All three reports were written before the death in October of Luis Augusto Turcios, who until then had been the leader of the Guatemalan Rebel Armed Forces (FAR). —The Editors

Published

1967-02-03

Issue

Section

Articles