Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 9-10 Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 9-10 Summary and Analysis

The Guatemalan revolution was the first political cause that Ernesto identified with and he spent six months trying to find a meaningful job where he could contribute to the revolution. Hilda introduced him to influential people in government and they all met at the home of Professor Edelberto Torres. This is where Ernesto met some Cuban exiles from the Batista regime. Fidel Castro had just received a fifteen-year prison sentence, but the Cubans were still hopeful for their cause.

Ernesto enjoyed his discussions with Hilda and was becoming more attracted to her. He had heated debates with Rojo, who believed that change could come through the electoral process while Ernesto believed in violent revolution against Yankee imperialism. At this time, the CIA was setting up Operation Success to end the Guatemalan situation. Ernesto developed a plan to write a...

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