Toward a Revolutionary Strategy of the 90s
AbstractWhen the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) was re-established in 1968, it adopted Mao Zedong's strategy of "protracted people's war," including the concept of "encircling the cities from the countryside." Since then, the party has unswervingly adhered to this strategy. Over the year, adjustments and modifications have been made, notably the concept of "three strategic combinations" in 1981; but the fundamental strategic framework has remained the same.
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