Che Guevara Reader: Writings on Politics and Revolution
A new, revised and expanded edition of an Ocean Press classic.
This reader is the bestselling, most comprehensive selection of Che Guevara's writings, letters and speeches available in English. This volume covers Che's writings on the Cuban revolutionary war, the first years of the revolution in Cuba and his vision for Latin America and the Third World. It includes such classic essays as "Socialism and Man in Cuba" and his call to create "Two, Three, Many Vietnams."
Among the features of this expanded edition are several unpublished articles, essays and letters, including a letter from Che to his children shortly before his death in Bolivia in 1967 and an essay, "Strategy and tactics for the Latin American revolution."
This new edition of a popular Ocean title is published in collaboration with the Che Guevara Archive in Havana. It includes:
* an expanded and revised chronology
"Deep inside the T-shirt where we have tried to trap him the eyes of Che Guevara are still burning with im-patience."--Ariel Dorfman
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Our group was tolerated but not joined by the peasants, and in this situation a
great deal of time went by. For a few months we led a nomadic life high in the
Sierra Maestra mountains. We made sporadic attacks. We went from one
mountain to the next. Most of the time there was no water and living conditions
were extremely difficult. Bit by bit the peasants' attitude toward us began to
change, propelled by the actions of the repressive forces of Batista who
dedicated themselves to ...
Also for the first time the peasants there received the benefits of education. Our
revolution brought schools in its hand. In this way the peasants reached a
positive conclusion about our regime. At the same time the dictatorship
systematically burned the peasants' houses. The peasants were removed from
their land or murdered. Death came sometimes from the skies in the form of
napalm given graciously to Batista by that democratic neighbor to the north for
terrorizing civilian ...
A further exceptional factor was that in most of Cuba the peasants had been
progressively proletarianized due to the needs of large-scale, semi- mechanized
capitalist agriculture. They had reached a new level of organization and therefore
a greater class consciousness. In mentioning this we should also point out, in the
interest of truth, that the first area in which the Rebel Army operated (comprising
the survivors of the defeated column who had made the Granma voyage) was an
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Che Guevara and the Cuban Revolution: writings and speeches of Ernesto Che ...
Ernesto Guevara,David Deutschmann
Affichage d'extraits - 1987