Che Guevara Reader

Author: Ernesto Guevara
Editor: Ocean Press
ISBN: 1876175699
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This reader is the bestselling, most comprehensive selection of Che Guevara's writings, letters and speeches available in English. This volume covers Che's writings on the Cuban revolutionary war, the first years of the revolution in Cuba and his vision for Latin America and the Third World. 24 illustrations.

Che Guevara

Author: Ernesto Che Guevara
Editor: Filiquarian Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 9781599869995
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This book is a compilation of radical writings and speeches by Che Guevara (aka Ernesto Che Guevara). This is one of the most complete collections of writings by Che Guevara and include important texts on Guerrilla Warfare, Politics and Revolution. This book should not be passed over by anybody studying the life or beliefs of Che Guevara, history of radicalism and radical movements or the history of Cuban politics. These included texts are a must read for those interested in this important period of world history and of radical political thought and ideologies.

Che Guevara Reader

Author: Ernesto Guevara
Editor: Ocean Press (AU)
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The most comprehensive selection of Guevara's writings available in English. The publication of this anthology coincides with the 30th anniversary of Guevara's death in Bolivia in October 1967 as he led an ill-fated guerrilla mission. As the most authoritative collection to date of the work of Guevara, the book is an unprecedented source of primary material on Cuba and Latin America in the 1950s and 1960s. This wide-ranging selection of Guevara's speeches and writings, includes four sections: the Cuban guerrilla war (1956-58); the years in government in Cuba (1959-65); Guevara's views on the major international issues of the time, including documents written from Africa and Latin America after his departure from Cuba in 1965; and a selection of letters written by Guevara, including his farewell letters to Fidel Castro and his children and family.

The Marxism Of Che Guevara

Author: Michael Löwy
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742539037
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Presents seminal exploration of Che Guevara's contributions to Marxist thinking. This title traces Che's ideas about Marxism both as they related to Latin America and to more general philosophical, political, and economic issues. It captures his views on humanity, his contributions to the theory of revolutionary warfare, and more.

Che Guevara

Author: Oliver Besancenot
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At the dawn of the twenty-first century, we are living in a global era, yet schooling systems remain generally reactive and slow to adapt to shifting economic, technological, demographic, and cultural terrains. There is a growing urgency to create, evaluate, and expand new models of education that are better synchronized with the realities of today’s globally linked economies and societies. Educating the Whole Child for the Whole World examines one such model: the ethos and practices of the Ross Schools and their incubation, promotion, and launching of new ideas and practices into public education. Over the last two decades Ross has come to articulate a systematic approach to education consciously tailored for a new era of global interdependence. In this volume, world-renowned scholars from a variety of disciplines, as well as veteran teachers, administrators, and students, come together to examine some of the best practices in K-12 education in the context of an increasingly interconnected world. Together they explore how the Ross model of education, which cultivates in students a global perspective, aligns with broader trends in the arts, humanities, and sciences in the new millennium. Contributors: Nick Appelbaum, Ralph Abraham, Antonio M. Battro, Sally Booth, Michele Clays, Elizabeth M. Daley, Antonio Damasio, Hanna Damasio, Kurt W. Fischer, Howard Gardner, Vartan Gregorian, Christina Hinton, Hideaki Koizumi, Debra McCall, Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj, John Sexton, Carola Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco, William Irwin Thompson, and Sherry Turkle.

Che Guevara And The Cuban Revolution

Author: Ernesto Guevara
Editor: Pathfinder Pr
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The most complete collection in English. Guevara writes about the revolutionary war that brought the workers and farmers to victory; Cuba's efforts to overcome economic backwardness while transforming the economic foundations and social relations inherited from capitalism; and Cuba's commitment to freedom struggles around the world.

The World Come Of Age

Author: Lilian Calles Barger
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190695412
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On November 16, 2017, Pope Francis tweeted, "Poverty is not an accident. It has causes that must be recognized and removed for the good of so many of our brothers and sisters." With this statement and others like it, the first Latin American pope was associated, in the minds of many, with a stream of theology that swept the Western hemisphere in the 1960s and 70s, the movement known as liberation theology. Born of chaotic cultural crises in Latin America and the United States, liberation theology was a trans-American intellectual movement that sought to speak for those parts of society marginalized by modern politics and religion by virtue of race, class, or sex. Led by such revolutionaries as the Peruvian Catholic priest Gustavo Gutiérrez, the African American theologian James Cone, or the feminists Mary Daly and Rosemary Radford Ruether, the liberation theology movement sought to bridge the gulf between the religious values of justice and equality and political pragmatism. It combined theology with strands of radical politics, social theory, and the history and experience of subordinated groups to challenge the ideas that underwrite the hierarchical structures of an unjust society. Praised by some as a radical return to early Christian ethics and decried by others as a Marxist takeover, liberation theology has a wide-raging, cross-sectional history that has previously gone undocumented. In The World Come of Age, Lilian Calles Barger offers for the first time a systematic retelling of the history of liberation theology, demonstrating how a group of theologians set the stage for a torrent of new religious activism that challenged the religious and political status quo.

Che Guevara Economics And Politics In The Transition To Socialism

Author: Carlos Tablada Pérez
Editor: Pathfinder Press (NY)
ISBN: 9780873488761
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Ernesto Che Guevara, acting as part of the leadership of the Cuban revolution, charted a course to rid the world of the capitalist system with all its horrors. He sought to open the road for working men and women to begin the transition to a more just and human society, a socialist society, transforming themselves in the process. Drawing extensively on Guevara's speeches and writings in the 1960s, this book looks at his practical and theoretical contributions and their importance for today.

The Awakening Of Latin America

Author: Che Guevara
Editor: Ocean Press (AU)
ISBN: 9780980429282
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The name Che Guevara is synonymous with Latin America - he passionately dedicated his life and, ultimately, his death to the rights of its people as a guerrilla fighter. But he is also revered as a brilliant writer, whose ideology was captured in letters, speeches and journals. This anthology includes the best of Che's writing from examples of his journalism, essays, speeches, letters and poems, revealing his transformation from an impressionable medical student to a political icon.

Che My Brother

Author: Juan Martin Guevara
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509517782
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On 9 October 1967, Ernesto Che Guevara, Marxist guerrilla leader and hero of the Cuban Revolution, was captured and executed by Bolivian forces. When the Guevara family learned from the front pages that Che was dead, they decided to say nothing. Fifty years on, his younger brother, Juan Martin, breaks the silence to narrate his intimate memories and share with us his views of the character behind one of history's most iconic figures. Juan Martin brings Che back to life, as a caring and protective older brother. Alongside the many practical jokes and escapades they undertook together, Juan Martin also relates the two extraordinary months he spent with the Comandante in 1959, in Havana, at the epicentre of the Cuban Revolution. He remembers Che as an idealist and adventurer and also as a committed intellectual. And he tells us of their parents - eccentric, cultivated, bohemian - and of their brothers and sisters, all of whom played a part in his political awakening. This unique autobiographical account sheds new light on a figure who continues to be revered as a symbol of revolutionary action and who remains a source of inspiration for many who believe that the struggle for a better world is not in vain.