Che Guevara Marxism

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Che Guevara: In this essay i will write about the argentinian resistance lead che guevara (also known as el Che) who fought hunger and poverty and lead the cuban resistance. As a child he was introduced to the political spectrum because of his dads involvement as an reporter in the spanish civil war. He was said to be very athletic excelling in swimming,cycling and shooting. When the cuban revolution merged, the cuban dictator fulgencio batista promoted che guevara to second in command. He did so because Che Guevara had a good reputation within guerrilla warfare. Che Guevara has an marxist ideology meaning he had strong connections to the soviet union as that is their ideology to. Marxism is basically communism. Though marxism is more an idea,…show more content…
He was against any violence and wanted to lead his country in peace. This was something the indian people liked and the british underestimated gandhi. This approach didn't work in the start as when gandhi was in africa. He did not stop the tactic still if this approach didn't work at first. At this time he was eager to make indian independent. He studied in england to become a barrister. When moving to Africa he was thrown of a train in first class going to Pietermaritzburg. He noticed the prejudice and racism. This would be a huge part of his life later. He was to create a campaign to treat the people of Africa properly and his people. He was not to seek violence in this act and did it as “peaceful” and formal as possible. Because of this act he got a lot of recognition in England itself but nearly none in his home country of india. Upon returning to india Gandhi had made a name for himself,the people where to call him mahatma (meaning great soul). His goal at this time was to make india “independent”, or free from Britain. To do this he started the salt satyagraha (also know as the salt march). This march was to resolve the “heat” between the swaraj party and the Indian national congress. He and and many other boycotted the Indian political parties . As the campaign had many positive outcomes it also had an negative effect including the imprisonment of over 60,000 indian
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