Fidel Castro and Gama Abdel Nasser Essay by The Research Group

Fidel Castro and Gama Abdel Nasser
Discussion of the 2 leaders; how they transormed history of their countries; world impact.
# 10707 | 1,125 words | 8 sources | 2001 | US


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Fidel Castro and Gamal Abdel Nasser
On January 8, 1959, Fidel Castro rolled into Havana, Cuba on a U.S.-made Sherman tank to the triumphant welcoming shouts of at least 1 million Cubans, thus beginning a Communist dictatorial regime that has lasted for over 40 years. Castro was born into a large, prosperous farming family on August 13, 1926 or 1927 (CNN.com, 2000). He attended Jesuit schools and studied law. While a student, Castro was also a political activist. And after he received his degree in 1950, he established a private law practice and joined the reformist Cuban People's Party (CNN.com, 2000).
In 1952, Castro's plan to run for a parliamentary seat was foiled when General Batista overthrew the government and canceled the election. After unsuccessfully challenging the regime in court, Castro .."

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