My Life

Penguin Books, Limited, 2008 - 723 pages
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He is the only world leader to have outlasted nine US presidents, has survived over 600 assassination attempts and remains one of the twentieth century_s most controversial figures. Here Castro tells his story in full for the first time, speaking openly about everything from his parents and earliest influences to his imprisonment, guerrilla war and the Cuban revolution and on to the Bay of Pigs, the missile crisis and his relationship with Che Guevara. He also remembers the people he knew, from John F. Kennedy to Ernest Hemingway. Whatever your views on Castro are, this is an essential record of an incredible life _ and even more extraordinary times.

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FIDEL CASTRO has led Cuba since the revolution of 1959.

IGNACIO RAMONETis editor of "Le Monde diplomatique". He is the author of "Wars of the 21st Century" and "Geopolitics of Chaos", the founder of Media Watch Global, and a regular contributor to the Spanish daily "El Pais".

Andrew Hurley is a professor of history at the University of Missouri, St. Louis. Hurley is the author of Environmental Inequalities: Class, Race and Industrial Pollution in Gary, Indiana, 1945-1980 and Common Fields: An Environmental History of St. Louis.

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