Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 23-24 Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 23-24 Summary and Analysis

The government gradually gained control over the press as the undesirables were purged. As reforms were implemented, articles written by Che appeared in the press.

The Soviet trade fair was very successful and well attended even though there were some demonstrations. At this time, small planes from the US began attacking Cuban sugar mills and cane fields. Fidel was correct in claiming that they were sponsored by the CIA. The Soviets announced their trade plans with Cuba and delegations arrived from other socialists countries to conduct trade negotiations. The Cubans asked for Soviet economic aide and soon asked for military aid. Full diplomatic relations with Moscow were announced on May 8 and Soviet arms and advisers began entering Cuba in June.

At this time, President Eisenhower authorized the CIA to train a group of Cuban exiles to conduct a guerrilla...

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