In the year that Fidel Castro turns eighty, this is a fresh look at his life from childhood, through his dramatic conquest of power, and his extraordinary, charismatic leadership of Cuba over forty-seven years?including sharply focused ?takes? on the guerrilla struggle in the Sierra Maestra, life with the Soviet Union, involvement in Third World politics, and survival in the face of the hostility of the United States just ninety miles away. The author has researched archives from Havana, London, Washington, and Madrid and conducted original interviews with Fidel Castro's contemporaries, in Cuba and throughout the world, that provide fascinating insights into his personality and achievements.
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George Galloway won the Bethnal Green parliamentry seat in May 2005 for the respect Party, the party he founded after being expelled from the Labour Party for his vocal opposition to the invasion of Iraq. He previously served as Senior Vice Chairman of the Labour party's Foreign Affairs Committee for fourteen of the fifteen years he sat as a Labour member of parliament. He is Vice-President of the Stop the War Coalition UK. He is the author of I am Not the Only One, and Mr Galloway Goes to Washington.
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Description du livre M Q Publications, 2006. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1840726881
Description du livre M Q Publications, 2006. Hardcover. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P111840726881