Fidel Castro,Jeffrey M. Elliott

Fidel By Fidel: An Interview With Dr. Fidel Castro Ruz

Dr. Jeffrey M. Elliot and former Rep. Mervyn M. Dymally here contribute a lengthy, revealing interview with Cuban President Fidel Castro, discussing a wide-ranging series of topics dealing with local and international politics and economics, as well as the future of Cuba, the third world, Central and South America, and the United States.
183 printed pages
Original publication


    Tata Osipovashared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
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    Tata Osipovahas quoted2 years ago
    I repeat: even in a poor country, gradual social change can bring about more equal distribution of goods and can solve important social problems, both by promoting respect for human life, and by reducing injustice and inequality that may exist.
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    Then I began learning about political geography. The maps of each continent were beautifully colored: the English colonies—in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Oceania, India, Burma, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia—were in red. I remember this very well, and it had nothing to do with communism. That map was almost all red.
    Tata Osipovahas quoted2 years ago
    Perhaps the greatest accomplishment these military governments will be remembered for is that they turned all of their citizens into “millionaires.”

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