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Register of the Peruvian Subject Collection, 1949-1995
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Series Description

Box 1

Subject File, 1949-1994

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlets, reports, serial issues, speeches and leaflets, principally concerning political and economic conditions. Includes material on revolutionary movements

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SUBJECT FILE, 1949-1994

Box 1, Folder 1

General. Pamphlets, 1969-1980. Includes analyses of the military, the Catholic church, liberation theology, youth issues and a speech by Juan Velasco Alvarado

Folder 2

Economic conditions. Pamphlets, 1970-1977. Includes material published by the Ministry of the Economy and Finances

Folder 3

Elections, 1990. Reports written by Michael Radu. In English

Folder 4

Foreign relations. Pamphlets and text, 1949-1994. Includes material published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a speech by Fernando Belaunde Terry


Political parties and revolutionary movements

Folder 5

General. Serial issue and leaflet, 1977-1982. Includes material relating to trade unions and Marxist-Leninist (Maoist) current independent of other parties

Folder 6

Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR). Serial issue, published clandestinely, 1970


Partido Comunista del Peru ("Sendero Luminoso")

Folder 7

General. Pamphlet and leaflet, 1987-1992. Includes a speech by "Presidente Gonzalo" (Abimael Guzman)

Folder 8

Foreign support groups. Serial issues and pamphlets, 1992-1993. Includes material published by the Revolutionary Communist Party (USA) relating to the imprisonment of Abimael Guzman

Folder 9

Partido Comunista Peruano. Pamphlets, 1969. Includes documents relating to Fifth Party Congress

Folder 10

Partido Socialista Revolucionario. Pamphlets, 1977. Includes analysis of governmental economic policy

Box: 2


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