Montevideo: Ediciones I Libri, 2021. First Edition. Paperback. 115p., facsimiles, indices, wrps. New. Item #78228
Essay submitted to the last March contest, 1973, before the dictatorial closure. Written during the heat of the June-July general strike, the author raises an open debate against the role of the Broad Front and its main referents in the events of that year, two coups, in February and June...
Journalist Luis Sabini's book was written during the 1973 general strike and submitted to the weekly "Marcha" essay contest. After the dictatorship he was able to recover one of the originals and here he sees the light, with some essential updates, and with more devastating documents. "Left, bastion of the right?" It is a rigorous analysis of the political situation of the events of 1973, with a harsh questioning of the entire so-called "left" that tried to jump on the bandwagon of the military coup, especially the PCU and the CNT.
Luis E. Sabini Fernandez Born in Montevideo, in 1938, He was a member of the staff of the first Crisis magazine, in the 70's. Disappeared, reappeared, exiled. Professor in Ecology in free chair, UBA, 1998-2013. Author of articles in the areas of ecology, daily life and politics. Editor of the magazine Futuros, Rio de la Plata, 2000. He has a couple of texts in his cat flaps in areas that he has investigated.