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Bolivia : la revolucion derrotada (del Tahuantinsuyu a la insurreccion de abril de 1952 y las masacres de mayo y setiembre de 1965: raiz, proceso y autopsia de la primera revolucion proletaria de America Latina) / [Por] Liborio Justo (Quebracho)
Bib ID 1577014
Format BookBook
Author
Justo, Liborio
 
Edition 2. ed. actualizada con un comentario final: "La dramatica agonia del capitalismo en Bolivia" (20 anos despues de la revolucion de 1952). 
Description Buenos Aires : Juarez Editor, [1971] 
321 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Revolutions -- Bolivia.  |  Bolivia -- History.

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