|Statement||by Marta Harnecker ; [translated by Margarita Zimmerman].|
|LC Classifications||F1788.22.C3 H3713 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||157 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|ISBN 10||087348665X, 0873486668|
|LC Control Number||87061469|
The latter half of the book is Castro's defense-turned-rallying cry, "History Will Absolve Me." It's captivating and at many points possessed of a real I found this book while looking for another of Harnecker's, Rebuilding the Left, at the VPL/5. In this little book on 'Fidel Castro's Political Strategy,' Chilean writer Marta Harnecker takes up exactly this point, how Fidel always sought to mobilize Cuba's revolutionary people. Castro and the July 26 movement always avoided either sterile electoral reform or a simple coup that focuses on the hated ruler-in this case Batista, the U.S. supported dictator of Cuba in the s.5/5(3). Traces the political course along which Fidel Castro organized a revolutionary movement that culminated in the victory of workers and farmers over the U.S.-backed Batista dictatorship. Contains the full text of "History Will Absolve Me", Castro's reconstruction of his courtroom speech explaining the political and social goals of the revolution. The Secret Fidel Castro is neither a history of the Cuban revolution nor a biography of Fidel Castro. The book was written following what intelligence services call a CPP (short for Comprehensive Personality Profile), similar to the ones intelligence services keep on foreign leaders.
A call for book chapters on the legacy of Fidel Castro in Africa. Soon after the overthrow of the Fulgencio Batista’s government in , a group of young Marxist and communist revolutionaries – including Fidel Alejandro Castro, Ernesto “Che” Guevara, and Raúl Modesto Castro – set their sight, not on Latin America and the Caribbean. Castro named this book among his favorites during one of the official dinners - from an article on Hemingway’s reporter roots are evidence in this five-day journey of an old man whose greatest battle at sea leads to his greatest loss. First, I’d read Tad Szulc’s “Fidel’. Szulc is not a Left-Winger, smitten by Fidel’s charisma. Rather, he is a talented interviewer who finds himself with a subject worth pages in a tightly written Paperback; plus another hundred or so pages, o. Buy Fidel Castro's Political Strategy: From Moncada to Victory by Harnecker, Marta, Castro, Fidel, Zimmerman, M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Marta Harnecker, Fidel Castro.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harnecker, Marta. Fidel Castro's political strategy. New York: Pathfinder Press, (OCoLC) A painting depicting Cuba’s former President Fidel Castro by Cuban artist Kcho in Havana, Cuba. their book about the popular art of With Castro came bright political murals instead of. Fidel Castro was born in a farmhouse in the Oriente Province of Cuba and grew up in Santiago, Cuba. Castro was baptized a Catholic 1 and went to Catholic schools, which he spoke highly of later in life for their focus on “discipline, stoicism, [and] spirit of sacrifice.” 2. However, Castro the revolutionary was quite antagonistic toward religion, even banning religion altogether in. Under Fidel Castro, the Cuban government refused to recognize the legitimacy of Cuban human rights organizations, alternative political parties, independent labor unions, or a free press.