Greece: The Meaning of the November Uprising
AbstractA genuine popular uprising took place in Greece on the night of November 16, 1973. It has altered permanently the political trajectory of the country. Not only did it spell the end of the U.S.-sponsored experiment of Papadopoulos in "limited," "responsible," or "guided" democracy; it also laid the foundations for the development of a truly massive people's liberation movement.
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