In defense of socialism: four speeches on the 30th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution
Not only is economic and social progress possible without the dog-eat-dog competition of capitalism, Castro argues, but socialism remains the only way forward for humanity. Also discusses Cuba's role in the struggle against the apartheid regime in southern Africa.
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As long as the empire exists
The Cuban people will always remain
Thirty years of the Cuban revolution
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