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Reason.tv's Nick Gillespie appeared in a special, hour-long Glenn Beck Show documentary called "The Revolutionary Holocaust: Live Free…Or Die," which examines the historical atrocities of communist and socialist governments in the 20th century and the persistence of their leaders--especially Che Guevara and Mao Zedong--as cultural icons adorning T-shirts, liquor bottles, and other kitsch items.

Gillespie discusses Che Guevara's role in the murderous Castro regime and demystifies a violent figure whose image is never more than a political rally, a Hollywood awards show, or even a greeting card away.