Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. 285 pages. Ex-library with typical marks, some discoloring and wear; a good sound binding. Contents are Old Tactics as New Strategy: The Development of the Theory of Guerrilla Revolution; The Battle Seen Through a Glass Darkly: The Practice of Guerrilla Revolution; Three Case Studies in Guerrilla Revolution. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Military; Inventory No: 154953.
Fine in N-Fine jacket. Remainder A square solid tight clean very carefylly read copy. Pages 7-10 were attached together during the binding process and not separated properly by a previous owne resulting in a chip at the bottom edge of page 10. The priced jacket has some light rubbing wear, some light browning at extremities, minor edgewear..
Very Good in Good jacket. 285pp plus index. Guerrilla-revolution has become guerrilla-politics. The author presents three case studies to illustrate-revolts in central and southern Africa, the Palestine-Israeli conflict and Che Guevara's Bolivia. (Loc 1081/1)
Fair to good, ex-lib., good. 296, notes, biblio, index, large rough spot ins fr flyleaf, library stamps (some crossed out in marker), tape stains ins rear flylf. Sticker residue on DJ spine. The author assesses why political dissidents continue to use guerrilla tactics despite their ineffectiveness in militaryterms. He presents three case studies: revolts in central and southern Africa, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and Che Guevara's Bolivia.
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