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La segunda declaracion de La Habana : con la primera declaracion de La Habana (Spanish) Paperback – April, 1997

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  • Paperback: 48 pages
  • Publisher: Pathfinder Pr; 2nd edition (April 1997)
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN-10: 0873488466
  • ISBN-13: 978-0873488464
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.6 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
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Este es un discurso presentado por Fidel Castro en el 4 de febrero de 1962, en un mitin masivo en La Habana convocado para protestar la exclusión de Cuba de la Organización de Estados Americanos, la cual dominada por el gobierno estadounidense. El tema principal del discurso es el papel principal de Cuba en la revolución de los trabajadores y de los campesinos que viven en los países de América latina.
Castro comienza por señalar el papel del imperialismo estadounidense, que conquistó Cuba en la guerra Español-Americana e impuso su autoridad sobre Cuba. El control político sobre Cuba fue codificado en la enmienda de Platt, pasada por el Congreso de Estados Unidos en 1903, la cual incluyó el establecimiento de una base militar yanqui en Cuba (en Guantánamo).
Castro explica la verdad sobre la relación entre el imperialismo norteamericano y América latina, incluyendo Cuba. Esta realidad se pone muy simplemente: "del descubrimiento de América, que lanzó a los conquistadores europeos a través de los mares para ocupar y explotar las tierras y a los habitantes de otros países, el motivo fundamental para su conducta era el deseo por la riqueza." A continuación presenta un breve resumen de cómo el capitalismo desarrolló y de cómo la siguiente historia del mundo llegó a ser determinada por la creciente dominación de las naciones avanzadas capitalistas sobre el mundo subdesarrollado. El imperialismo significa control sobre los recursos naturales y humanos del mundo para maximizar la riqueza de los monopolios basados en los países capitalistas más poderosos y más avanzados.
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Two manifestos of the Cuban people to the oppressed and exploited throughout the Americas. The first declaration, proclaimed September 1960, calls for "the right of the peasants to the land; the right of the workers to the fruit of their labor; and the right of nations to nationalize the imperialist monopolies." The second declaration, February 1962, calls for continent-wide revolutionary struggle. "What does the Cuban revolution teach?" it asks. "That revolution is possible."
Some day this small book will be known like the declaration of Independence of the American Revolution, like the French Revolution's Declaration of the Rights of man. Some day this little book will not only be known as a manifesto of the revolutionary struggles of Latin American in the 1960s, but as demonstrating the lines of march and order of battle for liberation of Latin America in the 21 Century. Capitalism and imperialism cannot liberate Latin America from poverty, underdevelopment, and domination by Washington and its European and Japanese competitors. If anything, this is more obvious today with the total collapse of the Argentina's economy, the crowing delight of Washington-inspired neoliberalism, with the growing crisis in country like Mexico and Brazil, indeed with the near depression conditions and war inspired cut backs in the USA. This proclamation that the road to liberation lies in socialism, and the salvation for Cuba lies in internationalizing its struggle through the continent and the wor
It is truer today than in 1962 when it was written

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