Articles by: Hobart Spalding

May 8, 2012

In Who Killed Che?, radical attorneys Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith lay out a forceful case indicting the U.S. government of having, in effect, killed Ernesto “Che” Guevara on October 9, 1967. This book review was published in the Spring 2012 issue of the NACLA Report on the Americas, "Central America: Legacies of War."

June 19, 2009

Most works on the Cuban Revolution concentrate on larger political issues, breakthrough moments, and endless political debates, but this book strikes a more personal, day-to-day note without ever neglecting the political. It reminds us of the ties between the political and the personal, which are often overlooked in writings about famous personages.

September 25, 2007