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Mario Monje Molina was the Secretary-General of the PCB, the Communist Party of Bolivia (Partido Comunista Boliviano). When the party split into a pro-Soviet and a pro-Beijing wing, he became the leader of the pro-Soviet wing. He agreed to help Ernesto 'Che' Guevara incite a revolution in Bolivia in 1966, yet decided otherwise later. Aleida March (Che's widow) blames Monje for the death of her husband.
- Jacobson, Sid and Ernie Colón. Che: A Graphic Biography. Hill and Wang, 2009. 99.
- Anderson, Jon Lee. Che Guevara a revolutionary life. New York: Grove, 1997. 705.
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