Mid-term review questions
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My thoughts are with those whose lives were shattered on 9/11/2001 – and in the wars and terror unleashed across the globe in its aftermath –Jeremy Corbyn
“He who kills is guilty only if he consents to go on living or if, to remain alive, he betrays his comrades. To die, on the other hand, cancels out both the guilt and the crime itself.” –Albert Camus
GOV 291 Riots, Rebellions and Revolutions Spring 2016
In roughly 1500 words (not many fewer than that), address the following.
Watch the film “The Motorcycle Diaries,” and discuss the formative experiences of Che Guevara in the light of the aims and achievements of the Cuban Revolution (as discussed in Chapter 5 of the DeFronzo book). Also include at least three of Guevara’s writings on this page. What were Guevara’s main social concerns, and where did they develop, according to the film? How are they reflected in his writings? How are they reflected in the aims and achievements of the Cuban Revolution?
Due Monday April 18 in class. Emailed papers not accepted. For more information on how your paper will be graded, see this link.
GOV 253 The Politics of Terrorism
Drone missile attacks in Pakistan Continue reading