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Books Written by Jose Maria Sison, 1967-2020

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BOOKS WRITTEN BY JOSE MARIA SISON, 1967-2020

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

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.

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

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

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.

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