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By Ernesto Guevara, Mary-Alice Waters

A Pathfinder upgraded edition. In 8 talks from 1959 to 1964, the Argentine-born innovative demanding situations formative years of Cuba and the area to check, to paintings, to develop into disciplined. to hitch front traces of struggles, small and big. To politicize their businesses and themselves. To develop into a special form of individual as they try including operating humans of all lands to rework the area. And, alongside this path, to enjoy the spontaneity and pleasure of being young.

Introduction by means of Mary-Alice Waters, 12-page picture part and different images, thesaurus, index. Now with enlarged variety.

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Unfortunately, it has to be done, because others are preparing. But the money I am most saddened to see leave the National Bank coffers-and I say this with all honesty and pride as a soldier-is money to pay for some weapon of destruc­ tion. [Applause] The militias have a function in peacetime, however. The militias should be, in the populated areas, the arm that unifies and gets to know the people. They should practice real solidarity, as the compafieros have told me is being done in the medical militias.

Applause] One must note here for the benefit of everyone-both those who like it and those who hate it-that at the present time countries such as Cuba, revolutionary countries, nonmoderate countries, can­ not give a halfhearted answer to whether the Soviet Union or People's China is our friend. With all their might they must re­ spond that the Soviet Union, China, and all the socialist countries, and many colonial or semicolonial countries that have freed them­ selves, are our friends. [Applause] This friendship, the friendship with these governments through­ out the world, is what makes it possible to carry out a revolution in First Latin A merican Youth Congress 35 Latin America.

Applause] The militias have a function in peacetime, however. The militias should be, in the populated areas, the arm that unifies and gets to know the people. They should practice real solidarity, as the compafieros have told me is being done in the medical militias. At times of danger, they should immediately set out to resolve the prob­ lems of the needy throughout Cuba. But the militias are also an opportunity to get to know one another, an opportunity for the men of all Cuba's social classes to live side by side, made equal and made brothers by a common uniform.

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