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Fidel: Hollywoods Favorite Tyrant is a stunning exposé of the real Fidel Castro and of the hypocrisy, ignorance, and inexcusable appeasement that makes his liberal admirers notorious. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Mr. Fontova is doing us all a favor with his take on the Cuban tragedy. I highly recommend his works.
Just one example: Steven Spielberg stating that the best eight hours of his life were those spent with Fidel Castro. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Armando P. Merino
It was about time a book like this was written when this came out in 2005. Humberto Fontova strips away the lies we have been told by the mainstream media and universities about... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Gary Selikow
The book was extremely interesting. I learned so much about the communist revolution in Cuba and how we(the US)under Kennedy sold out the Cuban people who had a vibrant country... Read morePublished on March 11, 2012 by Dwight M. Anderson
Fidel, Hollywood's Favorite Tyrant: Despite a strong anti-Castro bias and some mild name calling for some of those on the naïve left, Fontova does an great job in presenting little... Read morePublished on May 19, 2010 by Gus Venegas
This book is far too biased to take seriously. Too much in your face, but little in the way of actual facts and documention. Stay away from this one... Read morePublished on September 5, 2009 by Salliezoo
Just wanted to weigh in here as a liberal who also teaches Spanish.
I loved both books, the one on Che and this one. Read more
Back in the early 80's I was a stupid liberal who believed the propaganda in the media (agitprop) regarding Fidel being a "benevolent" dictator after reading a glowing book... Read morePublished on May 14, 2007 by Eliza Bennett
I love this book and cannot wait for Humberto's next book on Che. I find his information very well researched and reflective of his extensive and informed studies in Latin American... Read morePublished on February 26, 2007 by Andrea M. Whiting