Che lives in the Cuban revolution. If you don't believe it read this book that contains articles on Cuba reprinted from the Militant newspaper in 1997, the 30th year after Che was murdered in Bolivia. They are mostly interviews with Cuban revolutionists, summarizes of debates in Cuba, and speeches and writing about Che by his comrades, his friends, and by his daughter. They show how Cuba's communist leaders aim to continue and deepen the revolutionary struggle for socialism Che led. Whether it is the interviews with Pombo and others fought alongside Che in Cuba, Africa, and Bolivia, or the speeches by Cuban communist leaders on why they reject the Soviet model of socialism and why they continue to fight for revolutionary communism, this is an inspiring historic collection of documents and reports.
Former Algerian President's Ahmed Ben Bella's article from Le Monde Diplomatique about Che and Cuba's collaboration with the Algerian and African revolutions is worth the whole price of this book by itself. Also recommended: To Speak the Truth, Che Speaks, Capitalism's World Disorder, Pombo: A Man of Che's Guerilla, The Opening Guns of World War III