Circa 1963. Paperback. 33pp. Small oblong octavo [13 cm x 20.5 cm] Stapled orange and black illustrated wraps. Near fine. The pages and covers are just a little curled. Item #30718
From p. 32- "No one will doubt that when we fought the invaders at Playa Giron, when we fought those who bombed us, who attacked us, we were defending peace; no one will deny that when our people became organized and decided to fight to the last man or woman against the imperialists if they attacked, we were defending peace, because resistance to aggression is the fight for peace. Surrendering before the aggressors is the road to war or the subjecting of peoples. When defending our sovereignty and our rights, we are defending peace."