Good or Bad?
Fidel Castro Uncovered
Castro was a very active revolutionary and a candidate for the Parliament in 1952. He has a wide range of knowledge in the field of law and politics. Became specifically involved in public-interest law and often represented the poor free of charge. When in office, his plans focused on social reform in Cuba and strong economic reform. He was educated by the Jesuits and studied law at the University of Havana. He also studied Latin American revolutionary politics. Gained much support for nationalism, economic independence and social reform from an anti-communist group called the Partido Ortodoxo. Became increasingly interested in social justice and joined a coup against Trujillo. Joined the Partido Ortodoxo and became a disciple of Chibas who believed in social reform, economic independence, and nationalism.
Words Without Actions
Letter to Castro
When you came into power you promised us social reform and economic stability. I am still waiting for that. My family is not in a good place economically. You promised to help people like us and we gave you all the support in the world. Where are those reforms you promised us. You made us think that when you came to power that you would fix all these problems and now that you are here you have done nothing. You are a liar and I should have never fallen for your tricks, Cuba should not have fallen for your tricks. You can speak a lot of words but we want to see results and I have not seen that in you.