I. In The Beginning
A. Fidel Castro was born August 13, 1926. He was born to Angel Castro Argiz who was a Galician immigrant who became rather wealthy through his sugar plantation. His mother, Lina Ruz Gonzalez, was a house servant who was never married.
B. Political Beginnings
Fidel Castro and his Rule Over Cuba
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U.S. - Cuban Interplay 1
Cuban National Power Structure 2
Fidel Castro 2
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