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Books by Prof. Jose Maria Sison, 1967-2022

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BOOKS BY PROF. JOSE MARIA SISON, 1967-2022

The books listed hereunder chronologically are mostly available from Popular Bookstore in Manila, Philippines and NDFP International Information in Utrecht, The Netherlands and such e-publishing outlets as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Scribd, Kobo-Rakuten, Vivlio and Bol.com Please google search these outlets and find out which ones have copies of the Sison book that you are interested in.

I. Earliest Books

Struggle for National Democracy.First edition] Quezon City, Progressive Publications, 1967, 280 pages

Patnubay para sa mga kadre at mga kasapi ng Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas. Ika-3 edisyon, Ang Rebolusyonaryong Paaralan ng kaisipang Mao Tsetung, 1973

Guide for Cadres and Members of the Communist Party of the Philippines, (Somewhere in Luzon: Central Publishing House, 1969). Drafts of documents prepared for the Congress of Re-Establishment of the Communist Party of the Philippines on December 26, 1968 and for the organization of the New People’s Army on March 29, 1969. [out of print but included in Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution, Selected Writings, 1968-1991, v1 ]

Philippine Society and Revolution by Amado Guerrero [nom de guerre] Manila: Pulang Tala, 1971 and Hongkong: Ta Kung Pao, 1971. 296 pages

The First Quarter Storm of 1970[a compilation of the statements of the chairman of the CPP central committee together with articles and statements by other persons]. (Manila: Progressive Publications, 1971) 193 pages. [out of print]

Lavaite Propaganda for Revisionism and Fascism; Report of the Executive Committee to the CPP Central Committee(Philippines, Central Publishing House, 1972). Draft prepared for and approved by the executive committee. [out of print]

Struggle for National Democracy. 2nd rev. ed., edited by the College Editors’ Guild of the Philippines. Manila: Amado V. Hernandez Foundation, 1972). [out of print]

Pomeroy: Portrait of a Revisionist Renegade (Philippines: Central Publishing House, 1973). [out of print]

Philippine Society and Revolution (includes “Specific Characteristics of our People’s War”) International Association of Filipino Patriots, 1979. 238 pages

Victory to Our People’s War: Antirevisionist Essays(Montreal & Quebec: Red Flag Publications, 1980). Reprints of articles from Ang Bayan. [out of print]

Prison and Beyond; Selected Poems, 1958-1983 (Quezon City: Free Jose Maria Sison Committee, 1984). A second edition has been published by Asphodel Press, 1986. 130 pages

Philippine Crisis and Revolution [Series of ten lectures delivered at the Asian Center of the University of the Philippines, April 15, 1986-May 30, 1986]. (Quezon City: Lagda Publications, 1986). 132 pages

Krisis at Rebolusyong Pilipino: Serye ng mga Lektyur na binigkas ni Jose Ma. Sison sa Asian Center, University of the Philippines, Abril 15 – Mayo 30, 1986, 132 pages

Most Crucial Documents of the Communist Party of the Philippines. (Tokyo: Renga Publications, 1987). In Japanese.

Specific Characteristics of our People’s War,[Reprint] Utrecht, Christophe Kistler Publications, 2017. 86 pages

US Terrorism and War in the Philippines,Netherlands, Papieren Tijger, 2003.133 pages

Philippine Economy and Politics,Co-authored with Julieta de Lima. Philippines, Aklat ng Bayan Inc,1998. 175 pages

The Philippine Revolution: The Leader’s View (Biographical). With Rainer Werning. New York, Crane Russak, 1989. 270 pages

II. Published by International Network for Philippine Studies and Aklat ng Bayan, 2009-2015

Selected writings 1991–2009

For Justice, Socialism and Peace. Philippines, Volume 1 1991-1994. Aklat ng Bayan, Inc., 2009. 293 pages

For Democracy and Socialism Against Imperialist Globalization, Volume 2 1995-2001. Philippines, Aklat ng Bayan, Inc., 2009 214 pages

Crisis of Imperialism and People’s Resistance Volume 3 2001-2006. Philippines, Aklat ng Bayan, Inc., 2009. 270 pages

People’s Struggle Against Imperialist Plunder and Terror. Philippines, Volume 4 2006-2009, Aklat ng Bayan, Inc.,2009. 269 pages

Selected Writings, 1968 -1991; 4 volumes

Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution; Selected writings Volume 1 1968-1972. Netherlands, International Network for Philippine Studies and Philippines, Aklat ng Bayan, Inc.. 2013. 435 pages

Defeating Revisionism, Reformism & Opportunism; Selected Writings, Volume 2 1969-1974, International Network for Philippine Studies and Aklat ng Bayan, Inc., 2013. 664 pages

Building Strength through Struggle, Selected Writings, Volume 3 1972-1977 . International Network for Philippine Studies and Aklat ng Bayan, Inc. 2013. 547 pages

Detention and Defiance against Dictatorship, Volume 4 1977-1986 . International Network for Philippine Studies and Aklat ng Bayan, Inc., 2013. 664 pages

Continuing the Struggle for National & Social Liberation, Voume 5 1986-1991 . International Network for Philippine Studies and Aklat ng Bayan Inc.. 2015.

At Home in the World: Portrait of a Revolutionary (Biographical). Open Hand Publishing LLC, 2004. 260 pages

III. Published by International Network for Philippine Studies, from 2015 onwards

Peoples’ struggles against oppression and exploitation: Selected Writings 2009–2021

Crisis Generates Resistance Volume 1,2009-2010. International Network for Philippine Studies, 2015. 399 pages

Building People’s Power Volume 2, 2010-2011. International Network for Philippine Studies, 2016. 482 pages

Combat Neoliberal Globalization Volume 3, 2012. International Network for Philippine Studies, 2017. 396 pages

Develop the People’s Power Volume 4: 2013 . International Network for Philippine Studies, 2018. 388 pages

Strengthen the People’s Struggle against Imperialism and Reaction Volume 5, 2014-15, International Network for Philippine Studies, 2018. 618 pages

The Guerrilla Is Like a Poet (book of poems). Uitgeverij, 2013, 293 pages.

Combat Tyranny and Fascism; Selected Writings, 2017 International Network for Philippine Studies, 2019. 461 pages

Struggle against Terrorism and Tyranny. International Network for Philippine Studies, 2019; 2 volumes.
Volume I, January-July 2018. 444 pages.
Volume II, August-December 2018 350 pages.

Reflections on Revolution and Prospects. International Network for Philippine Studies, 2019, 340 pages.

Resist Neoliberalism, Fascism and Wars of Aggression, E-Book, January-December 2019, E-Book, International Network for Philippine Studies, 2021, 538 pages,

Upsurge of People’s Resistance in the Philippines and the World, E-Book, January-December 2020, International Network for Philippine Studies, 2021, 817 pages.

Imperialism in Turmoil, Socialism in Prospect, E-Book, January-Dcember 2021, International Network for Philippine Studies, 2022, 682 pages.

IV. SISON READER SERIES, published by the International Network for Philippine Studies, from 2021 onwards:

Book 1. On Culture, Art and Literature, 2021, 324 pages.

Book 2, On the Philosophy of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, 2021, 476 pages

Book 3, Critique of Philippine Economy and Politics, 2021, 779 pages

Book 4, On the People’s Democratic Revolution, 2021, 513 pages.

Book 5, Volume I On the Communist Party of the Philippines, 1968-1999, 2022, 619 pages.
Volume II On the Communist Party of the Philippines, 2000-2022., 2022, 697 pages

Book 6 On the People’s War, 2022, 591 pages.

At least 30 more titles are projected for publication under the Sison Reader Series.

Books by Jose Maria Sison published by Foreign Languages Press: Stand for Socialism Against Modern Revisionism, Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism: A Primer, Specific Characteristics of People’s War and Selected Readings from the Works of Jose Maria Sison.

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