Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Phil Mailer.|
|Series||Black rose books ; F32|
|LC Classifications||DP680 .M24|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2-399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||78303258|
Portugal: The Impossible Revolution? - Kindle edition by Mailer, Phil, Brinton, Maurice. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Portugal: The Impossible Revolution?.Cited by: 9. Portugal: the impossible revolution? - Phil Mailer As I've said on the Tunisia thread I believe there are parallels between the revolution in Portugal and the ongoing revolution in Tunisia and this is the best source on Portugal I've found in English and from a libertarian perspective. but as the book clearly says, it spread to the. Phil Mailer's Portugal: The Impossible Revolution? is a clear analysis of the events in Portugal from Ap to Novem with a background chapter. It is clearly and simply written with little rhetoric. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mailer, Phil. Portugal, the impossible revolution? New York: Free Life Editions,
The book affords a good view of the mood of the time, of the multiplicity of leftist factions, and of the social problems that bedeviled the revolution.” —Fritz Stern, Foreign Affairs Magazine “Mailer portrays history with the enthusiasm of a cheerleader, the 'home team' in this case being libertarian communism. Get this from a library! Portugal, the impossible revolution?. [Phil Mailer; Maurice Brinton] -- This is the story of the political revolution in Portugal between Ap , and Novem , as seen and felt by a deeply committed participant. After the military coup in Portugal on. How do you spell revolution in Portuguese?"" Phil Mailer asked as he helped decorate a Lisbon wall with revolutionary graffiti. A radical Irishman living in Portugal, he rejoiced at the opportunity of observing at first hand the kind of political and social upheaval which already had engaged his emotional and intellectual commitments. Mailer, Phil. Portugal: The Impossible Revolution? PM Press. 2nd ed. ISBN ; Maxwell, Kenneth, 'Portugal: "The Revolution of the Carnations", –75', in Adam Roberts and Timothy Garton Ash (eds.), Civil Resistance and Power Politics: The Experience of Non-violent Action from Gandhi to the by: Repression of civil liberties, political freedom, .
This is the story of the political revolution in Portugal between Ap , and Novem , as seen and felt by a deeply committed participant. The book Portugal Impossible Revolution, Phil Mailer is published by Black Rose Books. Title Portugal: The Impossible Revolution? Binding Paperback. Book Condition Brand New! Publisher. ISBN Number / Seller ID After the military coup in Portugal on April 25th, , the overthrow of almost fifty years of Fascist rule, and the end of three colonial wars, there followed eighteen months of intense. Phil Mailer (aka Phil Meyler) was born in Dublin Ireland in and is resident in both Ireland and Portugal. He has been a teacher in Portugal, the US (New York City) and Ireland for many years. After living in London, where he was on the fringes of the King Mob group in the late 60s, and in the US, he went to Portugal in late to teach /5.