Tag Archives: Fidel Castro

In our youth, before the dream soured, we fell for Castros vision | Will Hutton

In the idealistic 1960s, Cubas late leader seemed to offer a genuine alternative to oppressive regimes Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, Fidel Castro tended to feature in the most vivid part of the eras backdrop. He was emblematic of the international rise of communism: he was as vigorous and charismatic as a revolutionary Read more »

In our youth, before the dream soured, we fell for Castros vision | Will Hutton

In the idealistic 1960s, Cubas late leader seemed to offer a genuine alternative to oppressive regimes Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, Fidel Castro tended to feature in the most vivid part of the eras backdrop. He was emblematic of the international rise of communism: he was as vigorous and charismatic as a revolutionary Read more »

In our youth, before the dream soured, we fell for Castros vision | Will Hutton

In the idealistic 1960s, Cubas late leader seemed to offer a genuine alternative to oppressive regimes Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, Fidel Castro tended to feature in the most vivid part of the eras backdrop. He was emblematic of the international rise of communism: he was as vigorous and charismatic as a revolutionary Read more »