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by Ernesto Guevara,Fidel Castro

  • Author: Ernesto Guevara,Fidel Castro
  • ISBN: 087348634X
  • ISBN13: 978-0873486347
  • ePub: 1487 kb | FB2: 1726 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Pathfinder Pr; 1 edition (December 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 232
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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To Speak the Truth: Why Washington's 'Cold War' Against Cuba Doesn't End ePub download

speaking the truth This book contains speeches by Che Guevara and Fidel Castro defending the Cuban revolution against the 40 year campaign of US aggression, terror, and, at times, open warfare against Cuba.

speaking the truth This book contains speeches by Che Guevara and Fidel Castro defending the Cuban revolution against the 40 year campaign of US aggression, terror, and, at times, open warfare against Cuba. The leadership they show in this struggle before international forums is that they speak not just of the problems of their own country's struggle for socialism, but confront the US and the other imperialist powers speaking for the rights and struggles of the oppressed nations around the world and working people everywhere.

To Speak the Truth book. In historic speeches before the United Nations and UN bodies, Guevara and Castro address the workers of the world, explaining why the . government so hates the example set by the socialist revolution in Cuba and why Washington's effort to destroy it will fail.

Castro and Guevara explain why the . To fight against the American-backed Batista regime and then have to find a. .To Speak the Truth is great that it brings out the truth about the UN with its ineptness and US foreign policy

Castro and Guevara explain why the . government is determined to destroy the example set by the Cuban revolution and why their effort will fail. To fight against the American-backed Batista regime and then have to find a way to manage a horribly impoverished economic system has been the ever-increasing struggle for Cuba. To Speak the Truth is great that it brings out the truth about the UN with its ineptness and US foreign policy. Anyone with common sense can see the truth.

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Download book To speak the truth : why Washington's. Svp, svp cuy. Personal Name: Castro, Fidel, 1926-. Physical Description: 232 . p. of plates : ill. ;, 22 cm. Summary, etc.

Fidel Castro was a communist revolutionary who established the first .

Fidel Castro was a communist revolutionary who established the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere after leading an overthrow of the military dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista in 1959. Castro’s Cuba also had a highly antagonistic relationship with the United States–most notably resulting in the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Cuban Missile Crisis. The estimated 19 survivors, including Castro, his brother Raúl and Guevara, fled deep into the Sierra Maestra Mountains in southeastern Cuba with virtually no weapons or supplies.

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As Cuba's economy tanked and Fidel asked for more and more Soviet aid . In the end it was a bad miscalculation. A complete failure for the revolutionary. 377 views · View 1 Upvoter.

As Cuba's economy tanked and Fidel asked for more and more Soviet aid to keep the country afloat, Ernesto Che Guevara’s critism of Soviet imperialism became a serious threat for the survival of his regime. So, Fidel kept Guevara away from any decision-making: understanding the situation, Guevara left Cuba, traveling to Congo to support the forces opposed to Moïse Tshombe. In the end, was Fidel Castro a "good" guy?

Fidel Castro: world reacts to death of Cuban leader – live updates. There would be singing and shouting from the crowd, then a hush as Castro started speaking. Fidel Castro bids farewell to Cuba’s Communist party congress.

Fidel Castro: world reacts to death of Cuban leader – live updates. The maximum leader was a workaholic micro-manager who turned the Caribbean island into an economic, political and social laboratory that has simultaneously intrigued, appalled and inspired the world. Some speeches were better than others, he remembers. I wish he could have stayed in power longer. Not everyone is so sure about that.

by Fidel Castro, Ernesto Guevara

by Fidel Castro, Ernesto Guevara. ISBN 9780873486330 (978-0-87348-633-0) Softcover, Pathfinder Pr, 1991.

Castro and Guevara explain why the U.S. government is determined to destroy the example set by the Cuban revolution and why their effort will fail.
Thomeena
Actual speeches, with anecdotal info on one of the most significant events in the last century in the western hemisphere- The Cuban Revolution. Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. Of great interest to those seeking to understand that island nation, as we move towards normalization. Recommend.
Ramsey`s
The United Nations has often been used as a political platform to demand, announce, and defend U.S. policies throughout the world. That's what we usually see in the press about the international body. However, in this book, we get another picture of how political leaders used the forum of the United Nations to describe their country's view of the world and revolutionary Cuba's place in it. There are four speeches: two from Che Guevara and two from Fidel Castro over a period of almost twenty years. From the early days of the Cuban Revolution, in 1960, Fidel speaks of the mistreatment and attacks by the U.S. government and media on the Cuban delegation to the U.N. Che speaks frankly and openly about the U.N. forces and the debacle in the Congo. Castro in 1979 speaks for the Movement of the Nonaligned Countries before the U.N. "on behalf of the children of the world who do not even have a piece of bread." Again, with honesty and clarity he takes on the unequal relations between the industrialized world and the developing countries, demanding an end of the super-exploitation of the poor nations. The speeches are easy to read, understand, and the book has excellent footnotes to elaborate on points made ( usually some historical information is included.) Highly recommended for those looking for answers to why the United States government has, and always will, despise the revolutionary Cuban government.
Defolosk
speaking the truth
This book contains speeches by Che Guevara and Fidel Castro defending the Cuban revolution against the 40 year campaign of US aggression, terror, and, at times, open warfare against Cuba. The leadership they show in this struggle before international forums is that they speak not just of the problems of their own country's struggle for socialism, but confront the US and the other imperialist powers speaking for the rights and struggles of the oppressed nations around the world and working people everywhere. Yet, this book is not simply complaint; instead, Fidel and Che urge resistance and struggle and believe in the ultimate victory for the world's working majority against the billionaire minority.

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Wnex
This book is must reading for those who wish to understand the reason U.S. rulers for more than 40 years have sought to subvert, destablize, and overthrow the Cuban Revolution. It includes talks by central leaders of the first socialist revolution in the Americas given at the United Nations General Assembly -- two by Fidel Castro in 1960 and 1979 and one by Che Guevara in 1964. Both Fidel and Che get to the heart of the matter: the incessant battle between the majority of people in the semi-colonies, workers and farmers of all countries, alongside the workers states on one side and the monopoly capitalist businesses and their governments on the other.
The words of Che and Fidel are powerful, as are the photographs included in the book. We see Fidel with Malcolm X, asserting his rights in face of a New York cop, Fidel with Grenada Prime Minister Maurice Bishop, and others.
BlackBerry
Well, I didn't know that Fidel was a big fan of open expression opinions and truth, but his admirers seem to think so and have collected some of his speeches and some of Che Guevara's into this collection. It reads like most books on Cuba, total polemic. While some works claim Castro is Satan and Cuba is heck on Earth, this one takes the other irrational side in this silly debate - namely America is Satan and Castro is the savior of the world's working people. You won't find balance here and you won't even remain interested throughout. I at least expected Fidel to be interesting rather than dull. Oh well. C'est la vie.
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