Latin America: Che's Diary

When the Bolivian army summarily executed Che Guevara last October in a remote mountain town, soldiers found in his possession a diary chronicling the eleven-month guerrilla campaign that Che had expected to set the torch to Latin American revolution. Publishers from as far away as India flocked to La Paz, where the government had locked up the diary in a safe, to negotiate for the rights to print it. Last week Fidel Castro, Che's longtime comrade-in-arms and boss, pulled a publishing coup on all of...

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