Sinclair, A. (n.d.). Che Guevara | Argentine-Cuban revolutionary. Retrieved October 28,
2015. from http://www.britannica.com/biography/Che-Guevara
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...rther elaborate the facts, and help us know Che on a more personal level. For example when Che witnessed the poor conditions in Latin America he stated “I want to link my destiny to that of the poor of this world”. At this point we realized that his goal in life was to help the greater good, and not for personal gain, rather to create a positive change in the world.
Read Marxist texts, and discussed it with his friend Berta Gilda Infante who was part of the Argentine Communistic Youth.
While studying to be a doctor he worked as a nurse
His first conversation with Fidal Castro was about international business
Guevara was president of the National Bank of Cuba, and was the Minister of Industry due to these positions he was the ambassador for Cuba.
He started to fall out with other Cuban leaders, due to his desire to spread revolution in other developing countries
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