In the early 1960s, <strong>Eric Hobsbawm</strong> traveled to Cuba and translated for Che Guevara. Thus began a more than 40-year fascination with Latin America

In the early 1960s, Eric Hobsbawm traveled to Cuba and translated for Che Guevara. Thus began a more than 40-year fascination with Latin
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In the early 1960s, Eric Hobsbawm traveled to Cuba and translated for Che Guevara. Thus began a more than 40-year fascination with Latin America

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