“These testimonies are the best expression of the resistance and struggle of a whole people against the brutality of those power structures that refuse to accept the most basic respect for human rights.” – Daniel Ortega, FSLN
“Full of unimaginable courage, hardship and the triumph of the human spirit. It also makes at least this American liberal feel like a hopeless sissy. God knows whether any of us in this country who think we value freedom would have half the strength and commitment of these ‘ordinary people’.” – Molly Ivins
“Superb…truly essential reading for anyone concerned with the realities of this little-known by ongoing holocaust, and the continuing complicity of the U.S. n perpetrating it.” – Ward Churchill, co-director, Colorado AIM
“A book not only for those who are interested in Guatemala, but for those who want to know what makes people give up ‘everything’ and fight for justice – everywhere.” – Margaret Randall author Sandino’s Daughters and Sandino’s Daughters Revisited
“If we are to understand our neighbors below the border, their vision and hopes, this is the book to read.” – Studs Terkel
“A clear and passionate account of how people live in fear for their lives and extinction of their communities can move past the paralysis of fear to fight for survival. The book goes deep into the essence of the Guatemalan people, a people whose courage and tenacity is a lesson on love for us all.” – Winona LaDuke
“Extraordinary…a revolution brought down to the most elemental, human level – terrifying yet inspiring. I wish that every American could read this.” – Howard Zinn
Softcover, 264 pages. In very good pre-loved condition with the exception of some creasing to the title and dedication pages.