By Carlos Fonseca, Daniel Ortega, Tomás Borge, Humberto Ortega, Jaime Wheelock, Bruce Marcus
The easiest choice in English of ancient records of the FSLN and speeches and interviews from the outlet years of the 1979 Sandinista revolution.
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C onsequent l y , i n t h e year s 1964 an d 1965, pr act i ca ll y al l t h e em p hasis w as pu t on open w or k , w h ich i n cl uded legal w or k am on g t h e m asses. Cl andest ine t asks w ere car r i ed out , above al l i n t he coun t r y side, but the main emphasis of the work during that time was legal. Real it y sh owed t h a t l ega l w or k ca r r ied ou t i n t h at m a nner di d not s erve t o accu m u l at e forces and t hat t h e pr ogress achieved w as m i n i mal. Neither can it be overlooked that the legal work through the now d isappeared Repu bl ican M ob i l i zat ion gr oup, t h e st uden t m ov em en t , and peasan t m ov em en t suff ered from lack of disci pl i ne, audaci ty , an d organization.
But such a peace must t ake i nto account t he i n t erest s of al l t h e pa r t ies, an d i n t h e f i rst place the r i gh t s of t he Palest i n i an people. On M a y 4 , 1927, at t h e m om en t San d ino was r i sin g up, a N i car a guan t r a i t or si gned away the sover ei gnt y of t he people of N icar agua t o the Y a nkee gover n m en t , in exchange for a dollar for each r i fl e t u r ned in. We condemn the Camp David accords, which, like the shameful treason of 1927 in Nicaragua, merit our energetic repudiation.
T hat or gani zat ion w as for med i n J un e 1944, w hen t h e Second W or l d W a r w a s st i l l not ov er , an d i n a per iod w hen t h e views of Earl Browder were in full force. * I n t hose y ears, th e N i car aguan w or k er s' m ovem en t w a s basical l y made up of ar t i sans, and t h i s pr ov ided a base for a n t i -w or k i ng-class deviations, In addition, the leadership of the Socialist Party was also of ar t i san or i g i n , and not of pr ol et ar ia n root s as the N icar agua n So cialist Party demagogically asserts.