Ação Libertadora Nacional
The Ação Libertadora Nacional (ALN), the National Liberation Action, was a Brazilian communist guerrilla movement formed in the last months of 1967 to stand against the military dictatorship of 1964–1985. It was founded by Carlos Marighella after he was expelled from the Brazilian Communist Party.
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- Kushner, Harvey W. (2003). Encyclopedia of terrorism. SAGE. p. 221. ISBN 978-0-7619-2408-1.
- Rose, R. S. (2005). The unpast: elite violence and social control in Brazil, 1954-2000. Ohio University Press. pp. 170–178. ISBN 978-0-89680-243-8.
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