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  1. Background
    1. Early Life
    2. Education
    3. Beginnings of political career
    4. Union With Fidel Castro
  2. Actions as a Revolutionary
    1. Defining the term
    2. Political ideology
    3. Inciting Change in Cuba
    4. Effect on education
  3. Failures
    1. Leaving Cuba
    2. Stint in Congo
    3. Ending in Bolivia

Failure is an inevitable part of life. In the same breath, success is not necessarily foreseeable. In order to attain success, one must fail and learn from that failure. One of the greatest cases of this is illustrated by the Revolution that took place in Cuba. Fidel Castro, in cooperation with Che Guevara, successfully took over political control in Cuba. Many speculators forget to take heed to the multiple failures that took place before this success was allowed. The latter mentioned Che Guevara is even further debated about. Some regard the political leader as a failure. However, failure is a necessary part of success. Therefore, Che Guevara may be identified as a successful revolutionary.

[...] Success is not defined by failure. Many of the most successful figures have experienced multiple failures. Ernesto R. Guevara de la Serna is no different. The main reason for his identification as a failure is his seemingly immediate success and lack of achievement thereafter. Nevertheless, Ernesto R. Guevara de la Serna may be deemed a success because of his legacy. His is known worldwide as a symbol for revolution, rebellion, and socialism. The change brought about in Cuba is enough for a lifetime of recognition as a successful revolutionary. [...]


[...] A. Introduction a. Intro b. Thesis Statement B. Background a. Early Life b. Education c. Beginnings of political career d. Union With Fidel Castro C. Actions as a Revolutionary a. Defining the term b. Political ideology c. Inciting Change in Cuba d. Effect on education D. Failures a. Leaving Cuba b. Stint in Congo c. Ending in Bolivia E. [...]


[...] However, failure is a necessary part of success. Therefore, Che Guevara may be identified as a successful revolutionary. Background In order to fully understand the argument surrounding Guevara, a brief introduction is necessary. Che Guevara was born, Ernesto R. Guevara de la Serna. His birth took place on June in Rosario, Argentina. (Anderson), Ernesto R. Guevara de la Serna was born into a large family from the higher middle class of Argentina. From a young age, Ernesto R. Guevara de la Serna, showed promise. [...]

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