Cuba: From Columbus to Castro and Beyond

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Brassey's, 2002 - History - 285 pages
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In Jaime Suchlicki’s engaging style, Cuba: From Columbus to Castro and Beyond provides a detailed and sophisticated understanding of the Cuba of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. In addition to its concise narrative history, CUBA details the current political climate, economy, and the regime’s future. Suchlicki discusses the domestic and international events that have affected this island nation in recent years. This highly readable history is perfect for students, travelers, and anyone else who seeks to understand more about Cuba and its people.

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This is a history of Cuba from its discovery up until the mid-90s, with about half the book focusing on the twentieth century. It contains an annotated bibliography of suggested readings. I read this ... Read full review

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Jaime Suchlicki, one of the world's foremost scholars on Latin America, is a professor of history at the School of International Studies at the University of Miami. He edits the Journal of Inter-American and World Affairs, consults for the U.S. government, and is the author of Mexico: From Montezuma to the Fall of the PRI and University Students and Revolution in Cuba. He lives in Coral Gables, Florida.

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