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Stage 1: After reading the chapter read the documents: Guerrilla warfare" by Ernesto "Che' Guevara and the "Alliance for Progress" by John F. Kennedy. Stage 2: Identify and read two secondary sources...

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Stage 1: After reading the chapter read the documents: Guerrilla warfare" by Ernesto "Che' Guevara and the "Alliance for Progress" by John F. Kennedy.

Stage 2: Identify and read two secondary sources on the topic (i.e. search for Cold War, Jonh F. Kennedy, Ernesto 'Che' Guevara and/ot teh Cuban Revolution of 1959. One of them should be the textbook. One of them should be an outside reading from the library’s database.


Stage 3: Answer the following questions at the bottom of the page. Use a word processor (like MS Word) to write your XXXXXXXXXXword response. Once you have completed the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place, and submit a copy to the writing assignment inbox. Do not upload a separate attachment. I will evaluate assignments for the following:




a) Use of proper grammar, syntax and spelling.

b) Don’t just repeat what is in the book. Plagiarized posts (words copied from the web or

print material) will result in failing the class.

c) Written assignments are your opportunity to let me know your own interpretation of the reading and subject matter. What was the chapter about? Are you surprised bybsomething that you learned here? Does it change the way you think about the Cold War?
Questions:
1. According to 'Guerrilla Warfare', why does the guerrilla fighter fight?

2. How do you think the social and political conditions in Latin America contributed to the proliferation of guerrillas?

3. How does ‘Che’ differentiate the types of guerrilla warfare? How is the Cuban model different from others?

4.What kind of revolution is Kennedy advocating? How is his idea of revolution different from Guevara’s idea?

5. Why did Kennedy call upon the peasant, the student and the workers in his speech? What was the social and political role of these groups in Latin America?

6. In the long term, do you think either Guevara or Kennedy succeeded in launching their revolutions? Yes or no, and why?
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Rupal answered on May 12 2020
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1. According to 'Gue
illa Warfare', why does the gue
illa fighter fight?
    According to ‘Che’, the gue
illa fighter is a catalyst for social justice and plays the role of a social reformer. He is a bearer of the dreams and hopes of his people. The gue
illa fighter fights because he cannot be a passive witness to oppression as “the role of the revolutionary is not to sit back and wait to see the cadaver of imperialism pass by, but to facilitate the conditions that lead to its collapse” (Villegas 4). His role is to change the social system in favour of the people he represents.
2. How do you think the social and political conditions in Latin America contributed to the proliferation of gue
illas?
    The prevalence of exploitative conditions in the Latin American region which results in widespread poverty, unemployment and lack of education and healthcare are the main factors in the proliferation of gue
illas. Furthermore, the atrocities ca
ied on by the tyrannical regimes of the region are aided, financially and politically, by the American government. As the revolutionaries lack the weapons and the resources of the regime, armed struggle through gue
illa combat is the...
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