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WRITINGS 1991-2000


Articles & speeches

2000

IMPERIALISM, FASCISATION AND FASCISM
Brussels International Seminar
2 May 2000
It is of great importance to the proletariat and the rest of the people of the world, in their current struggle against imperialism and for national liberation, democracy and socialism, that we review the phenomenon of fascism before World War II.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY 1961 – 1990


WRITINGS OF JOSE MARIA SISON
(divided according to periods of his life)

I. Legal Struggle (1961-68)

A. Books

1. Brothers and other Poems (Manila: Filipino Signatures, 1961).

2. Struggle for National Democracy (Quezon City: Progressive Publications, 1967).

B. Articles

1. “The Filipino theatre,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, Nos. 20 and 21, December 16 and 23, 1959.

2. “Hulme: Vitalism and geometry,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, Nos. 42 and 43, July 28 and August 3, 1960.

3. “Requiem for Lumumba,” by Andres Gregorio [pen name], Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 67, March 1, 1961.

4. “Revolt of the students” (a review of Dr. Chow Tse-Tung’s The May Fourth Movement: Intellectual Revolution in Modern China), Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 72, June 14, 1961.

5. “Enemies of intellectual freedom,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 77, July 19, 1961.

6. “Muelle de la industria; a study on social justice,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 79, July 19, 1961.

7. “Too bold a line of sectarian direction,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 81, August 16, 1961.

8. “Social revolution through national determination,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 83, August 29, 1961.

9. “A Letter to the Left” by Ramon Flores [pen name], Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 87, September 26, 1961.

10. “The causes of world war III” (a review of C. Wright Mills’ The Causes of World War III), Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 91, October 24, 1961.

11. “Alien intervention in the last campaign,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 92, November 15, 1961.

12. “Social and cultural themes in Filipino poetry,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XIV, No. 97, November 15, 1961.

13. “The mystique of decentralization” (a review of Raul S. Manglapus’ Faith in the Filipino: the ripening revolution, Manila, 1961), Diliman Observer, Vol. I, No. 1, September 1962.

14. Primer on land reform (pamphlet), Manila; Lapiang Manggagawa, 1963.

15. “The crucible of nationalism,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XVI, No. 37, March 20, 1963.

16. “The Philippines and Malaysia,” Eastern Horizon, Vol. II, No. 3, June 1963.

17. “The Philippines and Indonesia,” Progressive Review, No. 2, July-August 1963.

18. “The unfinished revolution: hard facts and some possibilities,” Progressive Review, no. 3, January-February 1964.

19. “Prospects for Maphilindo,” Eastern World, Vol. XVIII, No. 7, July 1964.

20. “MAPHILINDO: Afro-Asian or Anglo-American?” Progressive Review, No. 4, July-August 1964.

21. “Macapagal-Sukarno doctrine reinterpreted,” Eastern World, Vol. XVIII, No. 8, August 1964.

22. Kabataang Makabayan founding speech and the program and constitution approved by the founding congress on November 30, 1964. Kabataang Makabayan Handbook, Manila, Progressive Publications, 1965.

23. “Towards a broad national front,” Progressive Review, No. 5, January-February 1965.

24. Draft “Twelve demands of Kabataang Makabayan,” Progressive Review, No. 6, 1965.

25. “National freedom and class freedom,” lecture before the Institute of National Affairs of Kabataang Makabayan, September 25, 1965.

26. “Land reform and national democracy,” speech delivered in Tagalog before the first Central Luzon regional conference of Kabataang Makabayan on October 31, 1965; and in English before a college convocation at the College of Agriculture, University of the Philippines on March 23, 1966.

27. “Philippine involvement in the Vietnam war,” address before the 19th National Assembly of the Student Councils Association of the Philippines on December 19, 1965.

28. “The defeat of Macapagal and the victory of Marcos,” Progressive Review, No. 8, 1966.

29. “Democracy and demonstrations,” Progressive Review, No. 9, 1966.

30. “Silence is not the answer,” Progressive Review, No. 9, 1966.

31. “Nationalism and the labor movement,” Progressive Review, No. 9, 1966.

32. “US imperialism and revolutionary internationalism,” speech for the 12th World Conference Against the A & H Bombs in Tokyo, Japan, July 28, 1966.

33. “Will Indonesia be another Vietnam?”, Philippines Free Press, Vol. 59, August 13, 1966.

34. “Asian peace conference or new military alliance?”Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 10, September 9, 1966.

35. “The need for a cultural revolution,” lecture before students of UP Baguio College, University of the Philippines, September 30, 1966.

36. “The mercenary tradition of the Armed Forces of the Philippines,” lecture before the junior and senior cadets of the Philippine Military Academy, October 12, 1966.

37. “The tasks of the second propaganda movement,” speech before the student body of St. Louis University, Baguio City, October 12, 1966.

38. “The Labor movement in the Philippines,” speech before the 64th anniversary conference of Union Impresores de Filipinas, February 6, 1967. Tagalog version published as a pamphlet by Union Impresores de Filipinas.

39. “The economic emancipation movement against US imperialism,” lecture before the University of the East Economics Association, October 18, 1966.

40. “The October 24th Movement,” lecture before the Ateneo de Manila Political Society, December 6, 1966.

41. “The national democratic movement and the political activists,” speech before the Third Annual Conference of the National Students’ League, December 26, 1966.

42. “The nationalist as a political activist,” Progressive Review, No. 10, 1967.

43. “The Middle East crisis,” Progressive Review, No. 10, 1967.

44. “Chances in the Vietnam war,” Progressive Review, No. 10, 1967.

45. “Committee hearings and Albert’s charges” (answer to the testimony given by National Intelligence Coordinating Agency chief Carlos Albert before the Philippine Congress House Committee Against Anti-Filipino Activities), Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 23, January 4, 1967.

46. “The eggs of Albert’s ducks,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 25, January 18, 1967.

47. “General report of the general secretary,” in Movement for the Advancement of Nationalism (MAN), Basic Documents and Speeches of the Founding Congress. Edited by Luis V. Teodoro, Julieta L. Sison and Roger Arcilla. (Quezon City: Phoenix Press, 1967). Also published in Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 30, February 22, 1967.

48. “National democracy and socialism,” lecture on March 6, 1967 as part of the Claro Mayo Recto Lecture Series sponsored by the Students Cultural Association of the University of the Philippines.

49. “On Chairman Mao’s ‘talks at the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art,” paper prepared for 25th Anniversary Conference on Mao’s article on literature and art, Beijing, China, May 1967.

50. “The Laurel-Langley Agreement,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 54, October 18, 1967.

51. “Anatomy of Philippine politics,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 55, October 26, 1967.

52. “Towards a national democratic teachers’ movement,” address at the National Teachers’ College Recognition Day, March 30, 1968.

53. “The sophism of the Christian social movement,” Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXI, No. 84 & 85, August 29 and September 4, 1968 and Progressive Pamphlet no. 2, Manila: Activist Publications, 1970. Also in Eastern Horizon, Vol. VII, No. 6, November-December 1968.

54. “Student power?” Eastern Horizon, Vol. VIII, No. 2, March- April, 1969. Also in Philippine Collegian, Vol. XXII, No. 2, January 8, 1970 (this article was written in the last quarter of 1968).

55. “Youth on the march,” Philippines Free Press, Vol. 60, November 2, 1968.

56. “Mr. Manglapus and Christian socialism,” Philippines Free Press, Vol. 60, December 7, 1968.

57. “Recto and the national democratic struggle: A reappraisal,” speech delivered at the 11th Claro M. Recto lecture-dinner sponsored by SCAUP, February 21, 1969. Progressive Pamphlet no. 2, Manila, Progressive Publications, 1969.

II. Armed Revolution (1968-1977)

A. Books

1. Rectify Errors and Rebuild the Party, Program for a People’s Democratic Revolution, Constitution of the Communist Party of the Philippines and Rules of the New People’s Army in Guide for Party Cadres and Members, (Somewhere in Luzon: Central Publishing House, 1969). Drafts 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.

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

3. 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).

4. 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.

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

6. Pomeroy: Portrait of a Revisionist Renegade (Philippines: Central Publishing House, 1973).

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

B. Articles

1. “Mao Zedong thought is the supreme guide of our party and army,” Ang Bayan, Vol. I, No. 1, May 1, 1969.

2. Preliminary report on a social investigation of Northern Luzon, July 1969. Mimeographed.

3. “Intensify party rebuilding and the armed struggle,” Ang Bayan, Vol. I, No. 2, July 1, 1969.

4. “Carry the struggle against revisionism through to the end,”Ang Bayan, No. 2, July 1, 1969.

5. “Seeing through the tricks of Nixon the master and Marcos the puppet,” Ang Bayan, Vol. I, No. 3, August 1, 1969.

6. “The Lava revisionist renegades are counterrevolutionaries”, Ang Bayan., Vol. I, No. 3, August 1, 1969.

7. Message of condolence to the Vietnamese people and the Vietnam Workers’ Party on the passing away of Comrade Ho Chi Minh. Ang Bayan, Vol. I, No. 4, September 15, 1969.

8. “The treachery of Luis Taruc as a negative example,” Ang Bayan, Vol. I, No. 4, September 15, 1969. Also published as a separate pamphlet.

9. “Unite on the basis of Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong thought,”Ang Bayan, Vol. I, No. 5, October 15, 1969.

10. “Our beloved Party celebrates its first anniversary,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 1, January 15, 1970.

11. “Marcos is a puppet of US imperialism,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 1, Janaury 15, 1970.

12. Statement on the counterinsurgency tactics of the reactionary armed forces, Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 1, January, 15, 1970.

13. “Turn grief into revolutionary courage and militant unity for national democracy,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 2, February 8, 1970.

14. “The correct orientation on the 1971 constitutional convention,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No.2, February 8, 1970.

15. 1970 May Day statement, Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 3, June 1, 1970.

16. Greetings of the military commission to the Red fighters of the New People’s Army, Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 2, June 1, 1970.

17. “Expose and oppose the vicious crimes of the Monkees-Armeng Bayan-Masaka (Lava) gang,” Ang Bayan, Vol II, No. 3, June 1, 1970.

18. “On the March 3 people’s march,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 3, June 1, 1970.

19. “On the March 17 poor people’s march,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 3, June 1, 1970.

20. Draft organizational guide, April 1970. Mimeographed

21. “Our party hails the historic May Day statement of Chairman Mao Zedong,” Ang Bayan, Vol. II, No. 4, August 15, 1970.

22. “On the counterrevolutionary line of the Lava revisionist renegades,” Ang Bayan special release, September 4, 1970.

23. “On the Movement for the Advancement of Nationalism,” Ang Bayan special release, September 28, 1970.

24. Political report to the second plenum of the central committee of the CPP, Ang Bayan special issue, October 15, 1970.

25. “On the general strike and the Plaza Miranda massacre,” Ang Bayan special release, January 18, 1971.

26. Message to the first national congress of Samahang Demokratiko ng Kabataan (SDK), January 30, 1970.

27. “Against the wishful thinking of a revisionist puppet of US imperialism,” Ang Bayan special release, January 31, 1971.

28. Commemorative statement of the CPP on the second anniversary of its re-establishment, Ang Bayan, Vol. III, No. 1, February 1, 1971.

29. “On the capture of Sumulong,” Ang Bayan, Vol. III, No. 1, February 1, 1971.

30. “On the Philippine business for social progress,” Ang Bayan, Vol. III, No. 1, February 1, 1971.

31. “Cast away the labor aristocrats,” Ang Bayan special release, February 18, 1971.

32. “All blows against US imperialism and its running dogs are fine,” Ang Bayan special release, February 24, 1971.

33. “The Paris Commune inspires our Party,” Ang Bayan, Vol. III, No. 2, March 19, 1971.

34. Message to the League of Editors for a Democratic Society (LEADS), March 26, 1971.

35. Message to the First National Assembly of the Movement for a Democratic Philippines (MDP), March 29, 1971.

36. Statement on May 1, 1971, Ang Bayan, Vol. III, No. 4, May 30, 1971.

37. Statement on the May Day massacre, Ang Bayan, Vol. III, No. 4, May 30, 1971.

38. “People of Mindanao, unite and fight against US imperialism, feudalism and bureaucrat capitalism,” Ang Bayan, special release, June 23, 1971.

39. “On the Lavaite misrepresentation of the foreign policy of China” (statement of the central committee), Ang Bayan special issue, July 30, 1971.

40. Message to the first national congress of Nagkakaisang Progresibong Artista-Arkitekto (NPAA), August 7, 1971.

41. “On the partial lifting of the writ suspension,” Ang Bayan special release, September 19, 1971.

42. “A work of two renegades” (a criticism of Luis Taruc and William J. Pomeroy’s Born of the people), Ang Bayan special issue, November 1, 1971.

43. “Pomeroy’s forest nightmare,” Ang Bayan, special issue, November 1, 1971.

44. “Pomeroy’s apologia for US imperialism” (a criticism of William J. Pomeroy’s American Neocolonialism), Ang Bayan special issue, November 15, 1971.

45. Message to the third national congress of Kabataang Makabayan, December 12-13, 1971.

46. Message to the first national congress of Panulat para sa Kaunlaran ng Sambayanan (PAKSA) on the tasks of cadres on the cultural field, December 18-19, 1971.

47. “The Party enters its fourth year since its re-establishment” (third anniversary statement), Ang Bayan special issue, January 3, 1972.

48. “On the restoration of the legitimate rights of the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations,” Ang Bayan, Vol. IV, No. 1, January 15, 1972.

49. Message to the first national congress of Malayang Kilusan ng Kababaihan (MAKIBAKA) on the women’s liberation movement, March 18-19, 1972.

50. “Overthrow the U.S.-Marcos dictatorship to achieve national freedom and democracy,” Ang Bayan special release, October 1, 1972.

51. Constitution of the Provisional Revolutionary Government [drafted for the CPP Central Committee], September 1972. Mimeographed.

52. Revolutionary guide to land reform [drafted for the CPP Central Committee], September 1972. Mimeographed.

53. “Dictator Marcos uses the constitutional convention to remain in power after 1973,” Ang Bayan special release, October 12, 1972.

54. “Marcos land reform–a big hoax,” Ang Bayan special release, November 1, 1972.

55. “The new constitution is a license of the U.S.-Marcos dictatorship to further oppress and exploit the people,” Ang Bayan special release, December 5, 1972.

56. “The party enters its fifth year since re-establishment,” Ang Bayan special release, December 26, 1972.

57. Statement of the CPP on the latest fascist proclamations and the “citizens’ assemblies,” Ang Bayan special release, January 22, 1973.

58. “The `new society’ is in peril–Marcos,” Ang Bayan special release, January 22, 1973.

59. Fourth anniversary statement of the New People’s Army, Ang Bayan special release, March 29, 1973.

60. “Workers, unite to overthrow the US - Marcos dictatorship!” 1973 May Day statement of the CPP, Ang Bayan special release, May 1, 1973.

61. “A diplomatic victory of the People’s Republic of China: A victory of the Philippine revolutionary struggle,” Ang Bayan special issue, October 20, 1974.

62. “Lava revisionist renegades formally surrender to the fascist dictator at Malacanang Palace,” Ang Bayan, Vol. VI, No. 4, November 15, 1974.

63. “The CPP enters the seventh year since its re-establishment,” Ang Bayan, December 26, 1974.

64. “February 27 `referendum’–another farce,” Ang Bayan special release, February 1, 1975.

Comments on “The Integration of the Party’s Political Line Among the Igorot National Minority (Special Report) Dated December 17, 1974 . Document

March 1, 1975

65. “Long live the New People’s Army,” Ang Bayan, Vol. VII, No. 1, March 29, 1975.

66. “Uphold the leadership of the proletariat in the revolution and go deep among the masses of workers,” Ang Bayan, Vol. VII, No. 2, May 1, 1975.

67. “Specific characteristics of people’s war in the Philippines,” Revolutionary School of Mao Zedong Thought, July 1975. Reprinted in Guerrero, Amado. Philippine Society and Revolution, 3rd ed., (California: International Association of Filipino Patriots, 1979).

68. “An assessment of the fascist martial rule after three years,” Ang Bayan, special issue, October 6, 1975.

69. “Long live the Communist Party of the Philippines!” (seventh anniversary statement), Ang Bayan special release, December 26, 1975.

70. “Message on the seventh anniversary of the New People’s Army,” Ang Bayan special release, March 29, 1975.

71. “Strengthen the revolutionary movement among the masses of workers!” (May Day 1975 statement), Ang Bayan special release, May 1, 1976.

72. Our urgent tasks [drafted for the CPP Central Committee], May 1976. Subsequently adopted and published as a final central committee document under the same title in Rebolusyon, Vol. 1, No. 1, July 30, 1976.

73. “The people’s revolutionary strength shall prevail!” Ang Bayan special release, September 11, 1976.

74. “Tribute to the great communist Mao Zedong” (statement of the CPP central committee on the death of Mao Zedong), Ang Bayan special release, September 25, 1976.

75. On the eighth anniversary of our party (statement of the CPP central committee, Ang Bayan special release, December 26, 1976.

76. “Critique of the GRP-MNLF Tripoli Agreement,” an internal analysis, February 15, 1977.

77. “Our policy on the Moro people’s struggle,” Ang Bayan, Vol. IX, No. 1, March 15, 1977.

78. “Going on the ninth year of armed revolution,” Ang Bayan, Vol. IX, No. 2, March 31, 1977.

79. “Two major responsibilities,” May 1, 1977 (statement of the CPP central committee on the role of the Manila-Rizal party organization), Ang Bayan special release, May 1, 1977.

80. “ASEAN–still another military alliance,” Ang Bayan, Vol. IX, No. 9, July 15, 1977.

81. “Can ASEAN be an instrument for economic independence and development?” Ang Bayan, Vol. IX, No.9, July 15, 1977.

82. Keynote address to the Central Luzon regional party conference, July 1977. Mimeographed.

83. Keynote message to the Northeast Luzon regional party conference, August 1977. Mimeographed.

84. “Persevere in revolutionary struggle,” message to Kabataang Makabayan, August 30, 1977.

85. “Collapse of the Marcos `land reform’ scheme,” Ang Bayan, Vol. IX, No. 15, October 15, 1977.

86. “October revolution sixty years ago established the first workers’ state,” Ang Bayan, Vol. IX, No. 17, November 15, 1977.

87. Elaboration on the 10-point program of the National Democratic Front [drafted for the NDF Preparatory Commission], November 1977. Mimeographed.

III. Political Detention (1977-1986)

A. Books

1. 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.

2. Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism. Unpublished typescript, 1981.

B. Articles

1. Statement before the Supreme Court, March 13, 1979

2. “My ordeal and the violation of constitutional rights,” statement to the supreme court, April 26, 1979.

3. “My detention experience: from November 10, 1977 to June 23, 1978,” June 23, 1978; and two more statements, September 4, 1978 and December 2, 1982.

4. “On the Fourth Republic so-called” by Patnubay K. Liwanag [pen name], July 15, 1981.

5. “Prospects of the Philippine revolution” by Patnubay K. Liwanag [pen name], February 1982. Mimeographed pamphlet.

6. “Fair and impartial trial?” December 30, 1982.

7. Statement on my solitary confinement, November 18, 1982.

8. “On the Supreme Court decision upholding the validity of the Presidential Commitment Order,” April 25, 1983.

9. “Philippine labor and the U.S.-Marcos dictatorship,” address to the National Coalition for the Protection of Workers’ Rights, May 1, 1983.

10. Solidarity statement on the celebration of May First, May 26, 1983.

11. Keynote address to the national conference of the League for Filipino Students, 1983.

12. Message to the UP Chapter of the League of Filipino Students, July 9, 1983.

13. “On Aquino’s return to the Philippines,” July 28, 1983.

14. “Some points for reflection on the Bataan nuclear power plant,” August 6, 1983. Mimeographed by the Anti-Bases Coalition.

15. Statement on presidential decree nos. 1857-1877, August 11, 1983.

16. Message to the Congress for Restoration of Democracy (CORD), September 21, 1983.

17. “On the struggle in Metro Manila” by Patnubay K. Liwanag [pen name], September 24, 1983.

18. “On the possibility of restoring democracy” by Bayani C. Aquino [pen name], September 1983.

19. Message to the Justice for Aquino, Justice for All Movement (JAJA), August 1983.

20. Message to the People’s Congress for Justice, Freedom and Democracy, November 5, 1983.

21. Message to the UP student council and the UP students in general, December 5, 1983.

22. Tribute to Comrade Felixberto Olalia, December 6, 1983.

23. Message to the League of Filipino Students, December 7, 1983.

24. “On women’s liberation,” address to the founding congress of GABRIELA, March 8, 1983.

25. “Aquino–martyr and hero” by Bayani C. Aquino [pen name], a pamphlet of Justice for Aquino, Justice for All, 1983.

26. “Literature and commitment,” message to the UP Writers’ Club.

27. Message to the Kongreso ng Mamamayang Pilipino, pamphlet. Quezon City, KOMPIL, 1984.

28. “On the investigation of the Aquino assasination,” January 9, 1984.

29. “On the Aquino assassination investigation,” letter to Atty. Juan T. David, Ang Pahayagang Malaya, January 1984. Excerpts also published in Philippine Collegian, Vol. LXI, No. 3, January 24, 1984.

30. “The losing course of the Armed Forces of the Philippines,” by Patnubay K. Liwanag, January 1984. Mimeographed pamphlet.

31. “On my appearance before the Agrava board,” a follow-up statement, February 2, 1984.

32. “There’s something fishy about the Agrava board,” an account of my brief encounter with the Agrava board, February 3, 1984.

33. “On Marcos’ failure to heed six-point call for meaningful elections,” February 15, 1984.

34. Statement of solidarity to Lakbayan, February 29, 1984.

35. “On the rationale of the boycott,” interview, February 28, 1984.

36. Message to Nagkakaisang Progresibong Artista/Arkitekto, March 10, 1984.

37. “Fraudulent registration of voters,” March 26, 1984.

38. Message to the College Editors’ Guild of the Philippines, May 2, 1984.

39. “Post-election views,” interview, May 20, 1984.

40. Interview by Rasuno of the Mainichi Shimbun, May 20, 1984.

41. “Boycott and participation sides of the opposition were complementary,” interview, Ang Pahayagang Malaya, May 22-31, 1984. Excerpts also published by Solidarity II, Vol. 8, No. 2, April-June, 1984.

42. “More on the results of the last elections,” June 7, 1984.

43. “Jose Maria Sison on the mode of production in the Philippines,” interview by Julieta L. Sison, New Philippine Review, Vol. I, No. 1 and 2, 1984.

44. Greetings to the Student Leaders’ Forum, September 13, 1984.

45. Message to the Nationalist Alliance of Mindanao convention, October 20, 1984.

46. “Onward with the struggle for national democracy: Unite to dismantle the U.S.-Marcos dictatorship and establish the democratic coalition government,” NAJFD Monographs, Vol. 1, No. 3, November 1984. Quezon City, Nationalist Alliance for Justice, Freedom and Democracy, Secretariat, 1984.

47. Draft history of Kabataang Makabayan (a twenty-year review), November 1984.

48. Message to the national convention of the Muslim-Christian Alliance Nationwide, November 1984.

49. Answers to 21 questions of JIJI press correspondent, December 13, 1984.

50. “Notes on the 1986 and 1987 elections,” December 26, 1984.

51. “On the Communist Party of the Philippines and armed revolution,” interview given to Japanese journalists, Philippine News and Features, Vol. 1, No. 14, December 28, 1984.

52. “The significance of the First Quarter Storm of 1970,”address to the League of Filipino Students, February, 1984.

53. “On the elections,” interview, March 4, 1985.

54. Interview by Mitsu Shiboh, March 1985.

55. “On the New People’s Army,” interview, March 1985.

56. “The opposition must prepare for any eventuality,” interview by P. Bn. Daroy, Philippine News and Features, Vol. 1, No. 23, March 11, 1985.

57. “Interview by JIJI press correspondent,” March 1985.

58. Statement on the supreme court decision declaring the raid on the Nationalist Alliance illegal, April 15, 1985.

59. Message to the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN), April 1985.

60. “Tasks of the trade union movement,” keynote address to the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) National Congress, May 1, 1985.

61. “The people’s alternative towards national freedom and democracy,” keynote address to the annual assembly of the College Editors’ Guild of the Philippines, May 1985.

62. “Intensify the struggle for national democracy and consolidate the League of Filipino Students,” keynote address to the League of Filipino Students national conference, May 25, 1985.

63. “Cracks in the Armed Forces of the Philippines,” June 1985.

64. “On the Casey visit, US pressures and synchronized elections”, interview by Philippine News and Features, Vol. 1, No. 35, June 3, 1985.

65. “Land reform and the peasant movement,” keynote address to the founding congress of Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP), Quezon City, July 24, 1985.

66. Message to the conference on US intervention and the nationalist response, September 10, 1985.

67. “In solidarity with the September 21 mass protest actions,”September 21, 1985.

68. “On the snap election,” interview, November 10, 1985.

69. “Sison on Marcos re CPP,” interview, December 21, 1985.

70. “Any force that seeks to topple tyranny gains positive worth,” interview, Business Day, December 26, 1985.

71. “Sison belies FM claims”, interview, January 5, 1986.

72. “The chances and consequences of an opposition victory,”interview by Philippine News and Features, December 26, 1985; and National Midweek, Vol. 1, No. 10, January 15-22, 1986.

73. “On the dangers of reformism,” National Midweek, Vol. 1, No. 12, February 12, 1986.

74. Sekai interview, February 18, 1986.

75. Interview by Tiziano Terzani, February 18, 1986.

C. Undated Typescripts
(published in various Manila publications or as leaflets for street and mass activists)

1. “Philippine social conditions,” message to seminar on national development.

2. “President Marcos should drop anti-China cases.”

3. “Incredible testimonies of Aquino escorts.”

4. “On cultural work among the workers.”

5. “Questions to ask General Fabian Ver in connection with the Aquino assassination.”

6. “The Aquino assasination: A Marcos-military conspiracy.”

7. “On US moves re elections and counterinsurgency.”

8. “On the government’s intensified counterinsurgency campaign and related issues,” interview.

9. “On Soviet aid and relations with the Soviet Union,” interview.

10. “The significance of August 21.”

11. “Our allies and the armed resistance.”

12. “On the legal opposition.”

13. “Once more on who will lead the opposition.”

14. “Solitary confinement: A vicious method of torture.”

15. “US intervention in the Philippines.”

16. “On the Manotoc kidnapping case.”

17. “Intrigues against democratic forces.”

18. “The University of the Philippines: An assessment.”

19 “Whitewash at Foggy Bottom: A comment on the human rights report of the US State Department.”

20. Second draft of NDF program, 1982.

21. Message to the Movement of Attorneys for Brotherhood, Integrity, Nationalism and Independence (MABINI).

IV. Postdetention (1986-1990 )

A. Books

1. 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).

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

3. The Philippine Revolution: The Leader’s View, Jose Maria Sison with Rainer Werning. (New York: Crane Russak, 1989)

B. Articles

1. “New situation, new tasks,” Synthesis: Before and Beyond February 1986, The Edgar Jopson Memorial Lectures, edited by Lilia Quindoza Santiago, Quezon City, Edgar M. Jopson Memorial Foundation and UP Interdisciplinary Forum, 1986.

2. “The best kind of ceasefire is that in which two forces agree not to fight anymore but are ready to fight a common enemy,”interview by Philippine News and Features, Vol. 2, No. 24, March 22, 1986.

3. “Of revolution and imagination,” interview by Jose F. Lacaba and Eric Gamalinda, National Midweek, Vol. 1, No. 17, March 26, 1986.

4. “Conditions for a ceasefire,” National Midweek, Vol. I, No. 25, June 4, 1986, excerpts from a speech delivered before the Rotary Club of Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City on March 29, 1986.

5. “Contending political forces in the Philippines,” lecture before a symposium at De La Salle College, April 1, 1986. The New Progressive Review, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1987.

6. “I want this country to have the fundamentals of industrialization,” interview with Philippine News, April 2-8, 1986.

7. “Semifeudalism: Myth or reality?”, paper read in a symposium on agrarian reform on April 9, 1986, in Prospects of Agrarian Reform in the Philippines, edited by Romulo Sandoval, Quezon City, REAPS, 1986

8. “Nationalist leadership in Manila in the seventies,” lecture at the conference on Manila: History, People and Culture, sponsored by De La Salle University, April 11-12, 1986.

9. “Human rights advocacy today: Tasks and challenges,” address to the Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates symposium, April 24, 1986.

10. “The role of the Church in social change,” address before the staff of National Secretariat for Social Action (NASSA), April 1986.

11. “National industrialization,” speech before the League of Involved Scientists and Technologists (LIST), April 1986.

12. “The social basis of a fascist state,” lecture at the national symposium on state violence sponsored by the Philippine Social Science Center. Papers and recommendations of the seminar-workshop on state violence on May 9-10, 1986, edited by Ponciano L. Benagen, Quezon City, Philippine Social Science Council, Inc., 1987.

13. “My ancestors in the revolution,” National Midweek, Vol. I, No. 2, July 2, 1986.

14. “The nature and probable outcome of the constitutional commission,” lecture at the Nationalist Alliance symposium at the Asian Institute of Management, May 29, 1986.

15. “Current questions concerning the Communist Party of the Philippines,” address at a symposium on Philippine Trends, sponsored by the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore, June 7, 1986 in The Aquino Alternative, edited by M. Rajaretnam (Singapore: ISEAS, 1986).

16. “Towards a national and democratic constitution,” lecture at the Ateneo de Manila University as part of a ten-part series of lectures on the constitution, August 8, 1986; sponsored by Ateneo KAAKBAY.

17. “People’s participation in nation-building: A macro perspective,” lecture at the PROCESS seminar on August 12, 1986.

18. “Guidelines for an independent foreign policy,” National Midweek, Vol. I, No. 34, September 10, 1986.

19. Political report to the Partido ng Bayan (PnB) founding congress on August 30, 1986. Documents. Also published in New Progressive Review, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1987.

20. Partido ng Bayan Constitution, document drafted for the Partido ng Bayan founding congress on August 30, 1986.

21. “The Philippines after Marcos,” Herman Black annual lecture, University of Sydney, Australia. September 15, 1986.

22. “The Philippine situation and the common struggle of the Filipino and Japanese people,” keynote speech before the third annual convention of the Pacific-Asia Resource Center, Tokyo, Japan, October 25, 1986.

23. “A gift to the government,” interview on the sixty-day ceasefire agreement between the government and the NDF, AMPO: Japan-Asia Quarterly Review, October 25, 1986.

24. “Ceasefire, constitution and coup d’etat,” interview by Vivian de Lima, National Midweek, Vol. II, No. 10, January 21, 1987.

25. “Against the grain,” interview by Jose F. Lacaba, National Midweek, Vol. II, No. 21, April 22, 1987.

26. “Philippine currents and prospects,” National Midweek, Vol. II, No. 17, March 18, 1987.

27. “The situation in the Philippines,” interview by Q. M. Borja, Monthly Review, May 1987.

28. “Das Aquino regime ist ein kandierte Morttinger,” interview with Dr. Rainier Werning, in Philippinen Demokratie aus der Wundertutte (Osnabruck: WURF Verlag, 1987).

29. “Crisis and revolution,” interview by Homero Buenviaje, National Midweek, Vol. III, No. 12, January 27, 1988.

30. “The problem of transition in the Philippines,” Recherches Internationales, March 1988.

31. “Ideologies in the Philippines,” lecture before the Task Force on Ideologies of the World Council of Churches, March 2, 1988.

Opening Statement at Dialogue with WCC Task Force on Ideologies, Geneva, March 2, 1988

32. “US imperialism and the third world,” lecture before the Conference on US Imperialism in the 1990s, Sheffield University, April 22, 1988.

33. The continuing struggle in the Philippines, [pamphlet]. New Progressive Review, 1988. [Original typescript in English dated December 26, 1987. First published in French under the title, "Les aspects politiques et economiques de la transition aux Philippines" in Rechereches Internationales, hiver 1987/88, nouvelle serie no. 26, cahiers de l’institut de recherches Marxistes. {Paris, 1988]

Statement of Jose Maria Sison
Regarding the reward money offered for his head
28 July 1989

34. Transcript of interview by Reiko for AMPO and PARC: 17 & 19 December 1989 on current events in Eastern Europe: analysis and evaluation of the so-called democratization.

The new US scheme concerning the Plaza Miranda bombing
Press Statement, 15 October 1989.

On the Rano incident, interview by Jos van Noord of De Telegraaf October 25, 1989: answers malicious accusation re responsibility for this incident in Mindanao.

On Aquino’s Order for the Cancellation of my Philippine Passsport
Press Statement, 26 October 1989

On the US military bases in the Philippines, interview by Reuben Seguritan [Transcript of telephone interview] 23 May 1990

1990.08.24

35. The critical situation in the Philippines and other statements on current issues, [pamphlet]. November 1990. Contents: The critical situation in the Philippines, September 8, 1990; A response to Mrs. Aquino’s declaration of truce, September 14, 1990; Statement on the US military bases, September 25, 1990; On the culpability of the Aquino regime for the socioeconomic and political crisis, September 26, 1990; and On the question of peace talks, October 4, 1990.

On the Amsterdam Talks
between the NDF and Philippine Government
Press Statement, 13 December 1990
A response to the news dispatch of ANP from Strasbourg, Dec. 13, entitled “Filipijnse regering en verzet onderhandelen in Amsterdam”.

On the problems of socialism and the disintegration of modern revisionism. [Unpublished typescript, 1990]

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