A Movement Divided: Communism In The Philippines, 1957-1986
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In A Movement Divided, Ken Fuller continues the story until the fall of Ferdinand Marcos in 1986. Fuller traces the PKP’s painstaking attempts to rebuild, its conclusion of a political settlement with Marcos in 1974, and the development of the increasingly anti-imperialist stance which informed its approach to Marcos. The three congresses held by the PKP during this period are considered in detail, as are the two splits which occurred— that leading to the formation of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in 1968, and the “Marxist-Leninist Group” split in 1972.
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