Che: Part One: Five Demands
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Ernesto "Che" Guevara, speaking on behalf of the government of Cuba, lists five demands in reference to the United States which he believes are necessary to secure peace in the Caribbean. Among these demands are to stop the embargo against Cuba and refrain from conducting surbversive pirate attacks.

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  1. What are the demands listed by Che Guevara?
  2. Why is the government of Cuba making these demands?

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