Ernesto Che Guevara, Helder Camara and Bell Hooks on Mussolini's Fascist View

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For Camara and Guevara, the poverty based injustices perpetuated globally in underdeveloped nations by world powers is the primary detriment to thymotic recognition (Guevara 1). With Hooks, patriarchal sexism that leads to the oppression of women plays that role. Hooks concludes that, after analyzing the female social status in America, education in the afflictions towards women across society will create a nation-wide recognition that will compel individuals to abandon the sexist principles (Hooks, X). Guevera and Camara agree in that change is need in underdeveloped countries worldwide and the eradication of the pillaging of natural resources resulting in the oppression of that respective nation’s citizens, yet verge in their views of how to implement and begin the change necessary. Camara, a prominent religious figure and archbishop in Brazil, supports non-violent protest in which documentation of social injustices are used by individuals to exert “liberating moral pressure” (Camara, 82). Guevara meanwhile, an active revolutionary, hold that “illusions…that freedom can be contained without fighting” (Guevara,…

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