Mini-Manual of the Urban Guerrilla
Marighella's most famous contribution to revolutionary terrorism literature  was the Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla ,  consisting of advice on how to disrupt and overthrow a military regime, aiming at revolution to implement a Marxist regime. The theories laid out in both books have greatly influenced contemporary ideological activism. As an advocate of urban guerrilla warfare as means to assist a larger scale rural uprising, Marighella's work was the latest tome in the small library of guerrilla literature in the 20th century.
His father was a blue-collar worker originally from Emilia , while his mother was a descendant of African slaves, brought from Sudan Hausa blacks.
He spent his young life at a house in Rua do Desterro, at the Baixa do Sapateiro neighbourhood, where he would graduate from primary and secondary education. In , he left the Polytechnic School of Bahia, where he was pursuing a degree in civil engineering , in order to become an active member of the Brazilian Communist Party PCB. He remained in jail for a year.
He was released by "macedada" the measure which freed political prisoners without pressing charges against them. After his release, he once again entered clandestinity, along with all members of PCB. He was recaptured in He was not released until , when an amnesty during the democratization process of the country benefited all political prisoners. The following year, Marighella was elected constituent federal deputy by the Bahian branch of PCB, but he lost his office in under the new proscription of the party.
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Back in clandestinity, he occupied several offices in the leadership of the party. He was released in the following year by a court order. In , he wrote The Brazilian Crisis , opting for the armed struggle against the military dictatorship. Later that year, he renounced his office in the national leadership of PCB.
On August , he participated at the 1st Conference of Latin American Solidarity in Havana , contradicting what party had determined.
The group was responsible for several executions as well. After a series of successful robberies and kidnappings, the police force was determined to eliminate him. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla
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