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Jaime Semprun's "The Social War in Portugal"

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Jaime Semprun’s "La sociale guerre au Portugal" was originally published by Éditions Champ Libre on 16 May 1975, a mere three weeks after the manuscript was completed. It was composed of a brief introduction and two main parts: the first covers the period from 25 April 1974 to 28 September 1974; the second the period from 28 September 1974 to 11 March 1975.

"The Social War in Portugal"

Publication History

Jaime Semprun’s "La sociale guerre au Portugal" was originally published by Éditions Champ Libre on 16 May 1975, a mere three weeks after the manuscript was completed. It was composed of a brief introduction and two main parts: the first covers the period from 25 April 1974 to 28 September 1974; the second the period from 28 September 1974 to 11 March 1975. A pamphlet rather than a book, it was not intended to be an in-depth analysis or history of the events in question, but an attempt to break the blockade on information in France about the revolution-in-progress. It appears that there was never a second edition, nor a reprint by another press. This is the first time that "La sociale guerre au Portugal" has been translated into English.

NOT BORED!
7 February 2013

http://www.notbored.org/social-war.html

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