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Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Î Fidel Castro Based on over hours of interviews with Biografia a PDFEPUB #234 Fidel Castro conducted over three years Fidel. ContentsMap of CubaA Hundred Hours with Fidel1 The Childhood of a Leader  Childhood in Birán Don Angel The batey Fidel's mother Living in the teacher's house Colegio de la Salle Echoes of the war in Spain The Jesuits of the Colegio de Dolores2  The Forging of a RebelThe first rebellions The 'house of hunger' The political atmosphere The dictatorships of Machado and Batista In trouble Havana The Colegio de Belén3  Entering PoliticsThe University Eduardo Chibás Cayo Confites 'El Bogotazo' Thinking about Moncada4  The Assault on the Moncada BarracksPreparation The men The weapons The stratergy The farm in Siboney The attack The retreat5 The Backdrop of the RevolutionBolívar Slavery and independence Autonomists and pro Americans The two wars of Independence Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Maximo Gómez Antonio Maceo José Martí6  'History Will Absolve Me'The Capture Lieutenant Sarría 'Ideas can't be killed' The trial The allocution Prison7  Che GuevaraMexico Meeting Che Seeing eye to eye politically Personality and determination Preparations for a guerrilla war Training8  In the Sierra MaestraThe Granma Alegría de Pio First victories Che in combat Raúl and Camilo War strategies The defeat of Batista The triumph of the Revolution9  Lessons from a Guerrilla WarViolence and revolution Ethics with the campesinos Treatment of prisoners Wartime justice in the Sierra10  Revolution First Steps First ProblemsTransition Sectarianism Public trials of torturers The Revolution and homosexuals The Revolution and blacks The Revolution and women The Revolution and machismo The Revolution and the Catholic Church11  The Conspiracies BeginThe Revolution's first laws Che and the administration The agrarian reform Che Guevara and revolutionary labour First acts of sabotage Ruptures with the US Terrorism Attempts on Fidel Castro's life12  The Bay of Pigs Playa GirónThe attack Mercenaries US intervention The military victory Treatment of the defeated combatants The prisoner exchange The dirty war The role of President Kennedy 13  The 'Cuban Missile Crisis' of October 1962The world on the brink of nuclear war The Soviets' 'betrayal' Failed negotiations Letters between Castro and Khrushchev Khrushchev Gorbachev Putin The Kennedy assassination 14  The Death of Che GuevaraChe and the anti imperialist movement The farewell letter In the guerrilla conflicts in Africa Return to Cuba Preparing the mission to the Andes Régis Debray The last battle Che's legacy15  Cuba and AfricaAlgeria Ahmed Ben Bella Che in the Congo Guinea Bissau South Africa invades Angola 'Operation Carlota' A decisive victory New aggression The battle of Cuito Cuanavale A 'forgotten' deed of valour Lessons of war16  The Emigration CrisesAgreements with Reagan Camarioca Mariel The 'balseros' The sinking of the tugboat on 13 July 1994 Riots in Havana on 5 August 1994 The Cuban Adjustment Act Emigrants and 'refugees'  17  The Collapse of the Soviet Union The ecological disaster The infrastructure Computer mediocrity The reign of the mafias Living without the USSR18  The Ochoa Case and the Death PenaltyA revelation by Navarro Wolf The MC businesses Drugs and dollars The Columbian connection The execution of Ochoa The Cuban Revolution and the death penalty A de facto moratorium19  Cuba and Neoliberal Globalization The new capitalism What is Socialism today Ideological confusion The tragedy of the environment Preserving the environment 'The battle of ideas' Towards a general education 20  President Jimmy Carter's VisitTorrijos and the Panama Canal Issue Carter and the Mariel crisis First encounters Presidents of the United States The Varela Project Change the constitution The response21  The Arrest of the Dissidents in March 2003James Cason in Havana Meetings in the Cuban Interests Office in Washington War against Cuba The Raúl Rivero case The Valladares affair The death penalty22  The Hijackings in April 2003Air piracy Heading for a new migration explosion The hijacking of the boat in Regla The negotiations The attitude of the American authorities Revolution Socialism and crime Execution of three hijackers A statement by José Saramago23  Cuba and SpainFelipe González José María Aznar The Spanish Socialists and the Cuban Revolution The Spanish Left The break with Felipe González Franco and Aznar King Juan Carlos I Prince Felipe of Spain Manuel Fraga24  Fidel and FranceA French education The French Revolution Victor Hugo an Les Misérables Balzac and La Comédie Humane Jean Paul Sartre General Charles de Gaulle Régis Debray François and Danielle Mitterand Georges Marchais Gérard Depardieu25  Latin AmericaSubcomandante Marcos The indigenous peoples's struggle Evo Morales Hugo Chávez and Venezuela The coup against Chávez Progressive military leaders Kirchner and the symbol of Argentina Lula and Brazil26  Cuba TodayHuman rights The economic embargo   The press and information The terrorist attacks on September 11 2001 President Bush's agressiveness The Ira War A 'preventive war' against Cuba On terrorism 27  Summing Up a Life and a Revolution Elouence and speeches Love and hate On treason A dictator Attachment to the uniform Regrets The end of the sugar monoculture The Revolution's successes The judgement of history Memorable personalities28  After Fidel What'Critic Number One' Corruption The single party Fidel's salary Socialism no turning back The succession Raúl Castro Can the Revolution be brought down The future of the Revolution A Note on the Text and the Translation Some Key Dates in the Life of Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution 1926 2007NotesIndex

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