Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 29 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 29 - Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Che's mistake in Africa was repeated in Bolivia. He arrived to take part in a revolution on foreign soil without being invited. He needed the support of the Bolivians. He could not work out an agreement with Mario Monje, the head of the Bolivian Communist Party. Che relayed this information to Fidel. A deserter captured by the government told the government about a Cuban named Ramon and troops were in the area. The army was looking for them and the rebels attacked the army patrols. The United States was also sent a team of advisers to Bolivia to combat the guerrillas. Some of Che's men, namely Bustos and Debray were taken prisoner, which left Che and his men cut off from Cuba and in virtual isolation. According to the government interrogators, Debray told them that Che was...

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