Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 21-22 Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 21-22 Summary and Analysis

On June 12, Che flew to Cairo via Madrid. A substitute had been named and Che's followers were upset that he was gone for three months. The delegation he led visited fourteen countries including Egypt, India, Indonesia, Yugoslavia, Japan and Ceylon to try to establish trade ties. it was felt the US would boycott Cuban sugar and they were trying to develop other markets. Unsaid was their hope or trade ties with Soviet Union and Communist bloc countries since the United States refused to buy all of Cuba's sugar. Diplomatic and trade relations were established with a number of countries. Che did not like the loneliness of official travel. Even though he missed Aleida, he refused Fidel's offers to have her join him.

When Che returned to Cuba, land seizures were taking place. The United States had announced that any...

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