A History of the Cuban Revolution
A History of the Cuban Revolution presents a concise socio-historical account of the Cuban Revolution of 1959, an event that continues to spark debate 50 years later.
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Cuba through 1959
Experiments with Socialism
Relations with the United States
Emigration and Internationalism
Art Culture and Revolution
African Afro-Cuban Alleged Assassination Plots argued Aviva Chomsky Batista Bay of Pigs beneﬁt campaign capitalism capitalist Caribbean Carlos Puebla challenge Che Guevara colonial Communist Party conﬂict country’s created crisis Cuba Cuba’s Cuban American Cuban Economy Cuban government Cuban Revolution cultural deﬁned democracy difﬁcult Dilla dollars early Eckstein economic exile Fagen Feinsilver Fidel Castro ﬁgures ﬁlm ﬁrst ﬂourished foreign freedom FRUS García global goals government’s Havana historians homosexuality ideas ideology immigrants independence industry inﬂuence island José Martí Latin America leaders Mesa-Lago Miami military missiles movement ofﬁce organizations participation percent Pérez political popular population President proﬁts programs racial inequality Raúl Raúl Castro Rectiﬁcation Reform and Revolution Revolution’s revolutionary role Santería scholars sector sexual signiﬁcant social socialist Soviet Special Period sugar Third World tion tourist U.S. Congress U.S. government U.S. ofﬁcials U.S. policy United urban USSR women workers