|←Author Index: Ca||Fidel Castro
|President of Cuba 1959 - 2008|
- History Will Absolve Me (1953)
- The Revolution Begins Now (1959)
- When the People Rule (1959)
- On the promulgation of the Agrarian Law (1959)
- Facing U.S. Aggressions (1960)
- The Declaration of Havana, Drafted by Castro, voted and approved by the National General Assembly of the People, 2 Sept 1960.
- To the U.N. General Assembly: Cuba's Revolutionary Policy (1960)
- Abstract of: Establishing Revolutionary Vigilance in Cuba (1960)
- L'Unita Interview with Fidel Castro: The Nature of Cuban Socialism (1961)
- Denouncing U.S. Bay of Pigs Invasion (1961)
- May Day Celebration: Cuba is a Socialist Nation (1961)
- On the U.N. Demands of Cuba (1962)
- Fourth Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution (1963)
- At the Closing of the Congress of Women of the Americans (1963)
- At the Closing Session of the Tricontinental Conference (1966)
- Speech to the OLAS Conference (1967)
- Our Criminals are Leaving to their Allies in the US (1980)
- Blaming Stalin for everything would be historical simplism (1992)
- 49th Anniversary of the Attack on the Moncada Barracks (2002)
- Cuba's Achievments and America's Wars (2003)
- Speech at the closing session of the 5th Meeting on Globalization and Development held in Havana, Cuba (2003)
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