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Che, Fidel, Almeida and the Cuban Revolution

by Ricardo Santiago

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In reading this, I found out a few things about both Che and Fidel. These are things that it's not very likely the US government at the time would just put out there. Some of the rumours going on around him seem to be unfounded. I felt the writer was clearly a sympathiser. It's always good to read/hear both sides, and in a less violent way than we remember the revolution. This was short. I would have liked Mr. Santiago to write a more solid book version. There is more to learn. ( )
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