Combatting Revisionism in Liberia: The Rice Riot was a Spontaneous Upheaval of the Masses

It has been proven times without number that historical verdicts are rendered based on where one stands in the class struggle.

Combatting Revisionism in Liberia: The Rice Riot was a Spontaneous Upheaval of the Masses
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