The Myth of the Guerrilla: Revolutionary Theory and Malpractice

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971. First Edition. 296, notes, bibliography, index, DJ in plastic sleeve. The author assesses why political dissidents continue to use guerrilla tactics despite their ineffectiveness in military terms. He presents three case studies: revolts in central and southern Africa, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and Che Guevara's Bolivia. Condition: very good, very good.

Keywords: Guerrilla Warfare, Africa, Palestinians, Israel, Middl East, Che Guevara, Bolivia, Mao Tse-tung, Ho Chi Minh

ISBN: 0394471695

[Book #54645]

Price: $35.00

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