ERNESTO CHE GUEVARA: A Mythical Revolutionary or a Historical Fraud :His Revolutionary Life

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 12, 2013 - History - 219 pages
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This book is a compilation of facts, and ideas expressed by Guevara in his own speeches, essays, interviews, working papers, diary, and others from conversations of family members, friends, subordinates, and Castro, including information from his best-known biographers and supporters’ persuasive works published in Cuba and out, after Che’s death in Bolivia. This was when he was not a threat to Fidel Castro’s megalomania, when Guevara did not constitute anymore a danger to Fidel’s dream of becoming a hero, and he would be the most important politician in America, even perhaps in the whole world. At that moment, it was very important for Castro to use his limitless power in the Cuban government to develop the instrumentality necessary to transform Che’s figure in what he is today, an icon.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
From a Medical Doctor to a Revolutionary
23
Ernesto Guevara His Personality
37
Ernesto Guevara His Philosophical Formation
46
Ernesto Che Guevara the Economist
65
Ernesto Che Guevara His Value Theory
81
Central Planning According to Guevara
90
Foreign Trade Banking Money and Socialism
99
Guevaras Revolutionary Internationalism
122
Guevaras Voluntary Work and Moral Incentives
134
Ernesto Guevara The Guerrilla War Pioneer
145
The Man the Symbol and Ernesto Guevara
173
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