These classic works by Ernesto Che Guevara present a revolutionary view of a different world in which human solidarity and understanding replace imperialist aggression and exploitation. Included here are Che's essay "Socialism and Man in Cuba," his controversial speech in Algiers in 1965, and his final Message to the Tricontinental, in which he calls for the creation of "Two, Three, Many Vietnams." Also available in English ("Global Justice: Liberation and Socialism "1-876175-45-1)
Che Guevara was the legendary Latin American guerrilla fighter who joined the Cuban revolutionary movement that toppled the Batista dictatorship. He played a leading role in the early years of the Cuban Revolution and made an extraordinary and original contribution to Marxist theory. He died at the hands of CIA assassins in Bolivia in 1967. Maria del Carmen Ariet Garcia is the world's leading researcher on the life and works of Che Guevara. She led the investigation that ultimately succeeded in finding Che Guevara's remains, in Bolivia in 1997. She is director of the Che Guevara Studies Center in Havana, Cuba.