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By Fidel Castro, David Deutschmann

“[The editors] have performed an admirable, even heroic, task of enhancing and excerpting this reader [which] serves a function for either historians and politicos.”―Foreword Reviews

Gabriel García Márquez defined Fidel Castro because the “master of the spoken word.” After top an audacious progressive circulate at the tiny island of Cuba, Fidel Castro grew to become a favorite spokesperson of the anticolonial fight and a penetrating political philosopher and chief at the global level. Surviving quite a few assassination makes an attempt and outlasting 11 US administrations, Castro lived to work out Washington ultimately recognize the futility of the competitive coverage followed opposed to Cuba for over fifty years.

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