In his defence following the first attempt to overthrow the government in Cuba, Fidel Castro, while talking about the people limits his definition to those who, for lack of a better word, are oppressed, the lowly paid and in a way those who believe they have nothing to lose but everything to gain if the regime should be changed.
Michelet and other French historians while talking of the revolution, refer only to the revolutionaries. They exclude the rich classes.
The same thing is seen in the case of Kenya. When the people are talked about, a certain group are excluded.
My question then is, who are the people?