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    Cuba Libre Story Analysis

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    They both surrounded themselves with external influences that drove them in separate directions as leaders of Cuba, Batista to power and money, Castro to power and adoration. Raul Castro’s leadership style fits closer to one of the, “Trait Theories,” he is dominant, adaptable, dependable, clever, diplomatic and tactful. He was very comfortable serving in his long time number two position to his brother Fidel. Today world leaders underestimate Raul Castro, he is confident that he will leave Cuba to a leader that will carry his and Fidel’s legacy for the future of Cuba. If this remains true the Cuban people will continue to remain just south of…

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    Some people may consider Fidel Castro to be the greatest man to ever live. However, those people are stupid communist so they are wrong. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, was born August 13, 1926, near Birán, Cuba. He enrolled at the School of Law of the University of Havana in 1945. Castro’s main activity at the university was politics, and he joined in numerous riots during his time there. After graduating in 1950, Fidel Castro began his practice of law and became a member of the reformist Cuban…

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    Cuban Revolution Summary

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    Fidel Castro (who was likely to win a seat in congress) began plotting Batista’s downfall immediately. Castro became the revolution's leader which at the time of 1953 was only 138 men. They came upon the Moncada barracks hoping that their element of surprise would be enough to overcome their shortage of men and lack of weapons. This attack failed, Fidel and Raul Castro escaped.…

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    Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz was born near Biran, Cuba on August 13th, 1926. Castro, who is the third child out of six children, grew up in an extremely wealthy environment. His father was from Spain and made a living off his well known sugar plantation. Growing up, Fidel was gifted intellectually and attended El Colegio de Belen. However, as a young man, he was much more interested in sports than school. In high school, he was one of the starting pitchers for the baseball team. At age 17, his…

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    was Fidel Castro. Fidel was not the nicest man but he was one of the most brilliant minds the human race has ever known. Here is a biography showing you why. Castro’s Early Life Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was born near Birán, Cuba on August 13, 1926. Castro was the third of six children with two brothers, Raul and Ramon and three sisters Angelita, Emma, and Augustina. His father Angel, was a wealthy sugar plantation owner originally from Spain. His mother Lina Ruz Gonzalez, had been a maid to…

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    Fidel Castro Fidel Castro was born on August 13, 1926 near Cuba's eastern Province. Fidel Castro was the third of six children, including his two brothers, Raul and Ramon; and three sisters, Angelia, Emma and Augustine. His father, Angel, was a wealthy sugar plantation owner originally from Spain. Lina GonzalezHis mother, , had been a maid to Angel's first wife, Maria Argot, at the time of Fidel's birth. Fidel Castro helped the fight against the gruella warfare and went over there to aid me…

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    Speech About Cuba

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    seen as a peaceful serene country. Between the 1900s Cuba saw a rise to action on a revolution from the Spanish rule. Shortly the land was taken over by Gerardo Machado Morales his presidency was from (1925–33). He brought a hardship and depression to the economy. There began to be revolts against his presidency and he was forced to resign his ruling. Cuba had a short policy of BAtista to run the government within the people, but sadly this opened the eyes of dictatorship for Fidel Castro.He…

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    Cesar Chavez Ambition

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    Gandhi both acted in nonviolent means. They were both able to accomplish their ambitions with great motivations and strong wills. However, Che Guevara’s ambition to get his ideal society came at a high price and was not worth it. Guevara was a revolutionary leader for Cuba and many other places. He believed in Marxist ideas which resulted in his hopes in making a communist society, his ideal society (Biography.com). After meeting with Fidel Castro in Cuba, he joined the Cuban Revolution and…

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    Che: Part One was released on January 24, 2009 in the USA; this movie is a section of a two part film series about Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Che: Part One is titled The Argentine and the film shows the Cuban Revolution from the start of Fidel Castro’s leadership to the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista two years later. This film goes back and forth between the revolution, Che’s personal thoughts and the aftermath of the overthrow of the government. Part one was…

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    I know people have probably heard of Cheech and Chong, well if someone has not they are two guys that were in movies in the 1970’s and 1980’s. They were seen as hippies in their movies with really laid back personalities. They also share a love for cannabis which is evident in their movies where I can see them smoking a joint. Richard “ Cheech” Marin and Tommy Chong met in Vancouver, British Columbia. Chong was a citizen of Canada And Cheech moved there from california to get away from the…

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