In 1959, just a few weeks after he came to power, Fidel Castro spoke candidly with American journalist Clark Hewitt Galloway about the importance of the Cuban Revolution, his feelings on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, and most interesting of all, how he was not a communist.
The long lost interview was originally recorded for an article in U.S. News and World Report, and was recently discovered by Galloway’s granddaughter.
The animated video is part of the PBS Digital Studios series Blank On Blank:
Click here to listen to the fascinating 35 minute interview.
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