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For the architect, please see Miguel Ángel de QuevedoMiguel Ángel Quevedo (died 1969) was the publisher and editor of Bohemia Magazine, the most popular news-weekly of its day in Cuba and Latin America, known for its political journalism and editorial writing.

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  • For the architect, please see Miguel Ángel de QuevedoMiguel Ángel Quevedo (died 1969) was the publisher and editor of Bohemia Magazine, the most popular news-weekly of its day in Cuba and Latin America, known for its political journalism and editorial writing.
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  • For the architect, please see Miguel Ángel de QuevedoMiguel Ángel Quevedo (died 1969) was the publisher and editor of Bohemia Magazine, the most popular news-weekly of its day in Cuba and Latin America, known for its political journalism and editorial writing. He was also one of the pioneers of Cuban Scouting.In 1914, the first Scout groups in Cuba were founded, and Carlos Alzugarai, Miguel Ángel Quevedo, Jules Loustalot and others wrote up the statutes and began Scout activities.Bohemia became the principal voice of opposition to the administration of Carlos Prio Socarras, and in support of the insurrection and revolution against the regime of Fulgencio Batista. On July 26, 1958 the magazine published the Sierra Maestra Manifesto, a document that purported to unify the opposition groups fighting Batista. On January 11, 1959, one million copies of a special edition of the magazine were printed, and sold out in just a few hours.Quevedo was able to leave Cuba, but in August 1969 he committed suicide. Prior to killing himself he mailed a letter to one of his most distinguished collaborators, journalist Ernesto Montaner that, in effect, became his political last will and testament. In this he states that Bohemia Magazine invented the 20,000 figure that is commonly cited for the number of deaths under Fulgencio Batista's regime.
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