Guerrilla Warfare - Chapter 2 The Guerilla Band (1. The guerilla fighter as social reformer, 2. The Guerilla fighter as combatant) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 The Guerilla Band (1. The guerilla fighter as social reformer, 2. The Guerilla fighter as combatant) Summary and Analysis

Section 1 of chapter 2 begins with a discussion of the guerilla fighter as a kind of social reformer. Che admits that even in many underdeveloped countries, the city dwellers tend to be fairly content with their lot. It is in the countryside, where peasants claw out a subsistence living from land that they, for the most part, do not own, where the guerilla will find his most enthusiastic recruits. The guerilla carries the banner of agrarian reform to the countryside where he will, most likely find a welcome audience. The guerilla must be completely dedicated to his cause and realize that the support of the peasants is always questionable. Therefore, the guerilla should seek...

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