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Marta Harnecker, "Fidel, Today and Forever"

Started by Monthy Review, December 13, 2016, 11:00:57 pm

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Marta Harnecker, "Fidel, Today and Forever"

MRZineYou insisted that the revolution had to come before anything that each of the organizations had done in the past, that what mattered was for all forces to work together for the future, and that is why you did not attempt to claim all the credit for yourself.  Despite the fact that the 26th of July Movement was recognized by the immense majority of the people as the architect of the victory, you put aside the flag of your organization in order to raise the flag of the revolution.  How different would Latin America be today if we had taken your advice on board!

Source: Marta Harnecker, "Fidel, Today and Forever"