Che Guevara still inspires resistance against capitalism throughout the globe. His image has become an iconic international symbol of the struggle against economic exploitation. Guevara was a physician, a key revolutionary figure within Fidel Castro’s 26th of July Movement, and an international guerilla leader and theorist. His memoires became international bestsellers. Guevara was eventually captured and executed by CIA-backed Bolivian forces.
This illustrated biography begins with his capture in October 1967, tracing the power of his legacy through his engagements with central figures of that tumultuous period.