By Jessica Stites Mor
Edited via Jessica Stites Mor, this booklet deals fine-grained case stories that convey how Latin America’s re-emerging Left remodeled the struggles opposed to dictatorship and repression of the chilly conflict into the language of anti-colonialism, socioeconomic rights, and identity.
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Fernando González Alberty, “An Interview with Albizu Campos,” El Imparcial, January 4, 1948. 27. Thelma Mielke, interview with author, New York City, July 6, 2007. S. N. to Investigate,” New York Times, November 3, 1950. 28. Bethell and Roxborough, Latin America between the Second World War and the Cold War, 24. 29.
N. to Investigate,” New York Times, November 3, 1950. 28. Bethell and Roxborough, Latin America between the Second World War and the Cold War, 24. 29.
The Nationalist Party’s work in the United Nations exemplified its recognition of the importance of hemispheric and global support for its struggle. In a 1948 interview, Pedro Albizu Campos remarked on the power exerted by the United States and other colonial powers, a group he referred to as the “United Front to render a restricted interpretation of Chapter 11” in the United Nations. ”) At the same time, he affirmed the importance of the international body since “it is of general knowledge that all the Latin American countries, and, in fact, all the nations of the world— 28 Margaret Power with the exception of the colonial powers—are willing, when the opportune moment arises, to implement the principle of the independence of all subjugated countries like Puerto Rico.