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by Ninotchka Rosca,Jose Maria Sison

eBook Jose Maria Sison: At Home in the World--Portrait of a Revolutionary download ISBN: 0940880725
Author: Ninotchka Rosca,Jose Maria Sison
Publisher: Open Hand Publishing, LLC (September 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 272
ePub: 1942 kb
Fb2: 1674 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Politics and Government

About the Author Jose Maria Sison was born February 8, 1939. At the University of the Philippines he majored in English – .

About the Author Jose Maria Sison was born February 8, 1939. literature (not political science, as many assume)and founded the Kabataang Makabayan,(Patriotic Youth), founded or co-founded a host of other organizations; re-established the Communist Party of the Philippines in 1969 and directly led it until his capture in 1977; spent more than eight years in prison; was heavily tortured and held incommunicado

Jose Maria Sison book. This collaboration between Sison and American Book Award winning novelist, Ninotchka Rosca, goes far to illuminate the political climate and history of the United States' role in Filipino politics

Jose Maria Sison book. This collaboration between Sison and American Book Award winning novelist, Ninotchka Rosca, goes far to illuminate the political climate and history of the United States' role in Filipino politics. In the frank exchange between Sison and Rosca regarding the Filipino revolutionary movement, the issues of women's rights and empowerment within the CCP, as well as ethnicity, class, age and education, are also addressed.

This collaboration between Sison and American Book Award winning novelist, Ninotchka Rosca, goes far to illuminate the political climate and history of the United States' role in Filipino politics. In light of the upcoming US presidential election and the controversy surrounding terrorism and the Bush Administration, Jose Maria Sison: At Home in the World - Portrait.

Ninotchka Rosca is an internationally acclaimed journalist and novelist from the Philippines. She has five published books and some 400 by-lined articles.

This collaboration between Sison and American Book Award winning novelist, Ninotchka Rosca, goes far to. .Jose Maria Sison was born February 8, 1939.

Internationally acclaimed Filipino journalist and novelist Ninotchka Rosca presents Jose Maria Sison: Portrait of a Revolutionary, a political biography of Filipino revolutionary Jose Maria Sison as told in Sison's own words, through question-and-answer format

Internationally acclaimed Filipino journalist and novelist Ninotchka Rosca presents Jose Maria Sison: Portrait of a Revolutionary, a political biography of Filipino revolutionary Jose Maria Sison as told in Sison's own words, through question-and-answer format.

Jose Maria Sison: At Home in the World-Portrait of a Revolutionary by Jose Maria Sison and Ninotchka Rosca . Ninotchka Rosca: I'm Still Very Filipino" by Alfred A. Yuson, Literature & Culture, Philippine Post Magazine. BLP articles lacking sources from October 2013.

Jose Maria Sison: At Home in the World-Portrait of a Revolutionary by Jose Maria Sison and Ninotchka Rosca (2004). Twice Blessed: A Novel (1992).

Jose Maria Sison is a Filipino patriot, a proletarian revolutionary and internationalist. He is a Filipino statesman, known for his experience in and knowledge of the people's democratic government and revolutionary forces in the Philippines. After the destruction of the armed revolutionary movement in the early 1950s in the Philippines, he was chiefly responsible for the resurgence of the anti-imperialist and anti-feudal mass movement in the Philippines since 1959. He was the founding Chairman of the Central Committee of the CPP, 1968-77.

This political biography/autobiography offers a unique look into the political beliefs and motivations of Professor Sison, renowned revolutionary leader, writer, poet and founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CCP).

This collaboration between Sison and American Book Award winning novelist, Ninotchka Rosca, goes far to illuminate the political climate and history of the United States' role in Filipino politics. In the frank exchange between Sison and Rosca regarding the Filipino revolutionary movement, the issues of women's rights and empowerment within the CCP, as well as ethnicity, class, age and education, are also addressed.

In light of the upcoming US presidential election and the controversy surrounding terrorism and the Bush Administration, Jose Maria Sison: At Home in the World - Portrait of a Revolutionary is a book that can offer the "other side" of the story, chronicling the life of a Filipino revolutionary, his political party and his country, untouched and unfiltered by outside political propaganda.