Wednesday, 23 January 2008

Brian Pollitt on Che




Brian Pollitt first visited Cuba in December 1962 when, as President of the Cambridge Union Society, he was a member of the British delegation to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the Revolution on 1 January 1963.Brian was engaged in fieldwork in Cuba from 1963-65 as a research student of Cambridge University, evaluating Cuba's agrarian reforms by conducting a survey of agricultural workers and peasant families. He then trained a Cuban research team and directed a survey of 1,061 rural households in 1965-67. ARTICLE HERE

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

No mention of the abuse of human rights. How can that just be ignored?

Anonymous said...

No mention of the abuse of human rights, torture, intimidation and untried executions. You wouldn't ignore such offences if commited by a right wing dictatorship.