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    A very interesting read that maps out the process of revolution and the accompanying complexities in colonized countries. Sartre's introduction does a good job of prefacing the general book, though I do think that he imposes some of his own opinions onto Fanon's work. Overall, though, an interesting view on current relations between first-world and third-world countries. I would recommend watching Battle of Algiers (you can find it on youtube), as it shows and maps the process discussed by Fanon.


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