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JOSE MARTI AND FIDEL CASTRO
RAFAEL A. LECUONA
International Journal on World Peace
Vol. 8, No. 1 (MARCH 1991), pp. 45-61
Published by: Professors World Peace Academy
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20751650
Page Count: 17
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Fidel Castro claims that he is "like" Jose Marti, the "George Washington" of Cuba. If Marti liberated Cuba from Spain, Castro freed her from the oppressive Batista regime. If Marti was concerned with the suffering of the poor masses, Castro is the concerned leader of the downtrodden. If Marti was anti-American, Castro would claim to be as anti-American as allegedly was Marti. An analysis of Castro's and Marti's life experiences, personalities, and revolutionary values demonstrates that Castro cannot be equated to Jose Marti, the great Cuban patriot and Latin American revolutionary leader.
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