DamnÚs de la terre

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Grove Press, 1965 - History - 255 pages
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The impact of the colonial experience and particularly colonial violence on subjugated people; the psychological and economic degradation of imperialism; case-studies from French colonies; non-Aboriginal material.

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I found it hard to read this book all at once. - Goodreads
EXCELLENT introduction by Jean-Paul Sarte. - Goodreads
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When we revolt, it is not for a particular culture. We revolt simply, because for many reasons, we can no longer breathe. This is one of those big important books which affected lots of peoples ... Read full review

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Difficult to read in some sections, but exemplary leftist work. Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
7
VIOLENCE IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT
75
SERIES A
206
Copyright

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