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Che Guevara and the FBI: U.S. Political Police Dossier on the Latin American Revolutionary

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This book publishes for the first time the U.S. secret police dossiers on legendary revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara and shows how the FBI and CIA monitored his movements and activity in the United States, Mexico, Cuba and Latin America.Thirty years after the death of the legendary revolutionary figure, a Freedom of Information case has succeeded in obtaining the FBI and ...more
Paperback, 213 pages
Published October 1st 1997 by Ocean Press (AU)
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Apr 19, 2008 Marie rated it liked it
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This book was an excellent resource when I wrote a paper about the threat of Che Guevara, and how the US created it. It was a good resource, because I need to site specific lines about the FBI watching Guevara and how they defined his presence in Guerilla movements, but don't expect to pick up this book and find the complete secret plot to assasinate Che or something like that. There is still a lot of information blacked out, and they are pretty standard docs. It is nice though, that these books ...more
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Oct 22, 2008 Roger Cottrell marked it as to-read
I bet I know what it doesn't say. That Guevara only arrived on the political scene in Bolivia after the defeat of the working class, thereby writing off the proletariat and fetishising the guerrilla struggle. That he shook hands with Ramon Mercarder (who murdered Trotsky) and signed himself Stalin II. Nonetheless, if this book demonstrates how Guievara's murdere ended up working for the White House's Situation Group, via Civil Military Assistance as a facsit Contra terrorist in Nicargua it will ...more
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