Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3-4 Summary and Analysis

Guevara Lynch secured employment in Cordoba overseeing the construction of buildings. His income allowed the family to live better and join the Lawn Tennis Club. The teenage Che was now beginning to question the values of his parents. There were many changes in Argentina during this time as the population moved from rural to urban areas. Cordoba was the second largest city in the country. This led to the growth of many shanty towns, including the one across from the family's home. A military cadre overthrew the government and General Pedro Ramirez emerged as the new leader until Juan Domingo Peron came to power three years later. For all practical purposes, Che was politically disinterested at this time.

Ernesto continued his dare-devil stunts throughout high school, where he was popular with his peers. He received good grades and was...

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