00 Paperback F1788 First published in 1978, this volume contains the record of a debate within the communist movement over the character of the Cuban revolution, as well as polemics against outside criticism of the Cuban revolution (by the US State Department for example), written by Joseph Hansen, a prominent figure of the Socialist Workers Party (US) and a founding figure of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, between 1960 and 1970.
What does FPCC stand for?
FPCC stands for Fair Play for Cuba Committee (est. 1960; New York, NY)
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- Force Protection Condition Alerting Message (security readiness)
- Functional Polymer Capacitor (electronics; Functional Polymer Capacitor Suzhou Co., Ltd.; China)
- Facility Power Control Board (USAF Titan II Missile System)
- Field Programmable Circuit Board
- First Presbyterian Church of Bakerstown (Bakerstown, PA)
- First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue (Bellevue Way, NE)
- First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)
- First Presbyterian Church of Brighton (Michigan)
- Flexible Printed Circuit Board
- Federation of Portuguese Canadian Business and Professionals
- Fair Political Practices Commission (California)
- Faneau Plomberie Chauffage Couverture (French construction company)
- Farm Products Council of Canada (est, 1972)
- Federação Portuguesa de Cineclubes (Portuguese: Portuguese Federation of Film Societies)
- Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce
- First Party Claims Conference
- First Peoples' Cultural Council (Canada)
- Forest Park Chamber of Commerce (Forest Park, OH)
- Forest Park Country Club (Adams, MA)
- Fort Peck Community College (Poplar, MT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Taber was so smitten by what he heard that he would eventually form the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, whose most famous member would be Lee Harvey Oswald.
After two weeks of reviewing classified cables, he had learned that Oswald's pro-Castro political activities needed closer examination, especially has attempt to shoot a right-wing JFK critic, a diary of has efforts to confront anti-Castro exiles in New Orleans, and has public support for the pro-Castro Fair Play for Cuba Committee.