Guerrilla Warfare Paperback – 7 Jan 2013
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"CHE GUEVARA'S CLASSIC TEXT IS NOT JUST A BOOK OF TACTICS, IT'S A CLOSELY REASONED, FINELY DETAILED AND IMPASSIONED ANALYSIS OF THIRD WORLD EXPLOITATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE EXPLOITED." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Introducer Marc Becker is a visiting scholar at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania and the author of Mariategui and Latin American Marxist Theory. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Clearly Guevara was the genuine article; a true believer and despite his critics a decent man.
Unlike Castro and his compadres, Guevara refused to live in a palace or stately mansion, preferring to live among the people he had fought for.
A bit of an embarassament no doubt, which probably led to his going to Bolivia where he was actually murdered by the CIA after being captured by
American Rangers. Allegedly betrayed by a Bolivian peasant he went on to become a symbol of defiance that still appeals to young men and women in our 'Decadent' , capitalist, western paradise. Good lesson though, trying to liberate people who don't care about the corruption and injustice in their own country will only get you killed.
An Angel's Alternative
Cold Steel on the Rocks
We Are Cold Steel
So if you soon intend to pack your bags with revolutionary intentions, you may want to consider finding something with a little more depth, lest you find yourself out of yours.
Indeed the devoted disciples will cry "Nay!". Yes this book has most certainly later been refined to reflect his own experiences and does ameliorate ones knowledge of his life, but only in minute fashion. However if you are interested in Che, you are only a few clicks away from the impeccable "Che: A Revolutionary Life" whence you may pack that "iconic" t-shirt away, as the man himself would most certainly not approve.
Guerrilla Warfare is a short and arguably worthwhile read, but life is equally terse and there are better books to be bothered with.
Anybody with even a fleeting interest in this great man are advised to read this book.
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