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The Fall Of Che Guevara

Author : Henry Butterfield Ryan
ISBN : 0195353331
Genre : History
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This book tells the story--for the first time--of the United States government's response to Guevara's ill-starred insurgency in Bolivia in 1967. Henry Butterfield Ryan argues that Guevara's life must be re-evaluated in light of secret documents only recently released by the CIA, the State Department, the Pentagon, and the National Security Council. Ryan's dramatic account of the last days of Che Guevara is sure to appeal to scholars and students of United States foreign policy, Latin American history, military history, and to all others interested in this modern revolutionary's remarkable life. "Ryan offers a thoughtful critique of both the operational and intelligence-gathering aspects of the US intervention against the Cuban intervention in Bolivia....[He] enlivens his narrative with vivid portraits of the two American officials who played key parts in the hunt for Guevara....[This] is a welcome addition to the literature on both Che Guevara and US intervention in Latin America."--The Washington Monthly

Che Guevara Paulo Freire And The Pedagogy Of Revolution

Author : Peter McLaren
ISBN : 9780742573024
Genre : Education
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Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution examines what is currently at stake_culturally, politically, and educationally_in contemporary global capitalist society. Written by one of the world's most renowned critical educators, this book evaluates the message of Che Guevara and Paulo Freire for contemporary politics in general and education in particular. Forcefully argued and eloquently written, Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution is a clarion call for building a new social order premised on the ideas and philosophy of two of the most important revolutionary figures of this century. It is an indispensable reference point for building transnational alliances between the North American and Latin American.Che Guevara, Paulo Freire is the best introduction available to the ideas and philosophy of these two iconoclastic figures.

Cuba S Revolutionary World

Author : Jonathan C. Brown
ISBN : 9780674978324
Genre : History
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As Castro’s democratic reform movement veered off course, a revolution that seemed to signal the death knell of dictatorship in Latin America brought about its tragic opposite. Jonathan C. Brown examines in forensic detail how the turmoil that rocked a small Caribbean nation in the 1950s became one of the century’s most transformative events.

From Development To Dictatorship

Author : Thomas C. Field, Jr.
ISBN : 9780801470448
Genre : History
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During the most idealistic years of John F. Kennedy’s Alliance for Progress development program, Bolivia was the highest per capita recipient of U.S. foreign aid in Latin America. Nonetheless, Washington’s modernization programs in early 1960s' Bolivia ended up on a collision course with important sectors of the country’s civil society, including radical workers, rebellious students, and a plethora of rightwing and leftwing political parties. In From Development to Dictatorship, Thomas C. Field Jr. reconstructs the untold story of USAID’s first years in Bolivia, including the country’s 1964 military coup d’état. Field draws heavily on local sources to demonstrate that Bolivia’s turn toward anticommunist, development-oriented dictatorship was the logical and practical culmination of the military-led modernization paradigm that provided the liberal underpinnings of Kennedy’s Alliance for Progress. In the process, he explores several underappreciated aspects of Cold War liberal internationalism: the tendency of “development” to encourage authoritarian solutions to political unrest, the connection between modernization theories and the rise of Third World armed forces, and the intimacy between USAID and CIA covert operations. Challenging the conventional dichotomy between ideology and strategy in international politics, From Development to Dictatorship engages with a growing literature on development as a key rubric for understanding the interconnected processes of decolonization and the Cold War.

Comandante Che

Author : Paul Jaime Dosal
ISBN : UVA:X004706716
Genre : History
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The victory of Fidel Castro's rebel army in Cuba was due in no small part to the training, strategy, and leadership provided by Ernesto Che Guevara. Despite the deluge of biographies, memoirs, and documentaries that appeared in 1997 on the thirtieth anniversary of Guevara's death, his military career remains shrouded in mystery. Comandante Che is the first book designed specifically to provide an objective evaluation of Guevara's record as a guerrilla soldier, commander, and strategist from his first skirmish in Cuba to his defeat in Bolivia eleven years later. Using new evidence from Guevara's previously unpublished campaign diaries and declassified CIA documents, Paul Dosal reassesses Guevara's impact as a guerrilla warrior and theorist, comparing his accomplishments with those of other guerrilla leaders with whom he has been ranked, including Colonel T. E. Lawrence, Mao Tse-Tung, and General Vo Nguyen Giap. This reassessment reveals that Guevara was often underrated as a conventional military strategist, overrated as a guerrilla commander, and misrepresented as a guerrilla theorist. Guevara achieved his greatest military victory by applying a conventional military strategy in the final stages of the Cuban Revolution, orchestrating the defensive campaign that held off the Cuban army in the summer of 1958. As a guerrilla commander, he scored impressive victories in ambush after ambush in Bolivia, but in winning the battles he lost the war. He violated most of his own precepts during the Bolivian campaign, compelling analysts to question the validity of both his strategies and his command skills. Though he is credited with developing foco theory, Guevara never attempted to advance a new theory of guerrilla warfare. He was a fighter, not a theorist. He wanted to defeat American imperialism by launching guerrilla campaigns simultaneously in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, but his tricontinental strategy resulted in failures first in the Congo and then in Bolivia. Comandante Che presents the full record of Guevara's successes and failures, separating myth from reality about one of the twentieth century's most controversial revolutionary figures.

Handbook Of Research On The International Relations Of Latin America And The Caribbean

Author : G. Pope Atkins
ISBN : UOM:39015050698136
Genre : Political Science
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The Handbook is a companion volume to Atkins's Latin America and the Caribbean in the International System, Fourth Edition, but it can also serve as a supplement to other textbooks or as an invaluable stand-alone reference volume for students, scholars, researchers, journalists, and practitioners, both official and private."--BOOK JACKET.

Bolivia

Author : J. Valerie Fifer
ISBN : UOM:39015053103621
Genre : Reference
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Bolivia attracts tourists and scholars from all over the world. The country is landlocked in the heart of South America, scenically breathtaking and immensely rich in natural resources but plagued by a history of political instability, military dictatorship, and rampant inflation. The last few years, however, have seen dramatic changes as Bolivia has returned to democracy, and introduced bold new measures to rescue the economy, attract foreign investment, and raise living standards in its multi-ethnic society. This new edition of the bibliography records developments underway since the mid-1980s as well as the problems that remain, not least those of illegal coca cultivation, cocaine-trafficking, and widespread poverty. The 1,005 critical, annotated entries, drawn mainly from English-language sources, cover all major aspects of Bolivia, including its landscapes, wild life, resources, history (from prehistory to the present), politics, finance, employment, trade unions, foreign relations, agriculture, mining, religion, the arts, music, film, folk culture, rural and urban society, and gender issues. Together, they provide the most up-to-date and comprehensive bibliographic reference available on Bolivia. The volume will be of value to policy makers, business people, economists, educators, conservationists, medical staff, social workers, librarians, and researchers in both the sciences and the humanities. It will also assist tourists and travellers, as well as general readers intrigued to know and understand more about this land.

The Hispanic American Historical Review

Author : James Alexander Robertson
ISBN : UTEXAS:059172141441328
Genre : Electronic journals
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Latin America

Author : Juan Manuel Pérez
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173019112570
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Historical Dictionary Of Cuba

Author : Jaime Suchlicki
ISBN : 081083779X
Genre : History
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This recently enlarged edition focuses on the events of this last momentous decade while the Cuban regime and its subjects struggle, bereft of outside support and subsidy. The author has expanded on the recent as well as earlier periods. New entries include all Spanish governors and captains general, transport and communications, and every present-day municipio, along with Cuba's older administrative divisions. Provides a wealth of information from the earliest human settlement to the difficulties of the last decade. Also includes several maps detailing such aspects of Cuba as its provinces, major highways, natural features and railroads.

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