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Fidel Castro in his own words

He's back -- Fidel Castro, frail but still provocative, is in the public spotlight again after disappearing for a long time to battle illness. Since his return he has warned of global nuclear war and showed up at a ceremony for fallen Cuban revolutionaries.

His re-emergence occasions renewed interest in the man's staying power. One place to look for answers is "Fidel Castro: My Life - A Spoken Autobiography," which is highlighted on the Post's On Leadership blog. This is Fidel in his own words.

By Steven E. Levingston  |  July 28, 2010; 10:57 AM ET
 
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