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Che Guevara Talks to Young Peopleby Ernesto Guevara
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"Revivified to an extent that even the best biographies rarely achieve... [Che] challenges his audience to study, work, and to join the front lines of struggles. His public, the youth of Cuba, is also the world at large.... [A]ny sizable library serving Spanish-speaking young adults should include [Che Guevara habla a la juventud, Spanish edition of Che Guevara Talks to Young People]." Críticas review of the Spanish edition.
Book News Annotation:
Eight speeches the legendary Cuban guerilla fighter delivered between 1959 and 1964 to such groups as the First Latin American Youth Congress, international volunteer work brigades, and the Ministry of Industry seminar on Youth and the Revolution. Closing the collection is a 1997 tribute by Fidel Castro. Profiles of people and organizations, a list of suggested reading, photos, and an index support the transcripts.
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The Argentine-born revolutionary leader challenges youth of Cuba and the world to study, to work, to become disciplined. To join the front lines of struggles, small and large. To politicize themselves and the work of their organizations. To become a different kind of human being as they strive with working people of all lands to transform the world. Eight talks from 1959 to 1964.
This book is part of a series, The Cuban Revolution in World Politics.
Introduction by Mary-Alice Waters, 12-page photo section and other photos, glossary, index. Now with enlarged type.
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