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Thirty Years After His Death, Che Guevara Still an Icon

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Thirty Years After His Death, Che Guevara Still an Icon

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Thirty Years After His Death, Che Guevara Still an Icon

Thirty Years After His Death, Che Guevara Still an Icon

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David D'Arcy reports on the enduring appeal of Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara. Now, more than 30 years after his death, images of his face still appear on posters and t-shirts. A new film on his travels as a youth, The Motorcycle Diaries, has just opened and a new film based on his later life is in the works.

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