Cuba: A Revolution in Motion
Bloomsbury Academic, 2004 - 240 pages
This accessible, up-to-date and comprehensive introduction to modern Cuba provides an overview of Cuban history with particular emphasis on the country's post-Soviet economic collapse, the measures that President Castro's government took in response, and their ensuing results and impact.
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Consequently , the Western media almost invariably portray the actions of the
Cuban government as irrational and tyrannical , “ arising from Castro ' s character
flaws and having no connection with any relevant historical event , ” failing to ...
The Cuban government views the internal opposition groups as part of a
spectrum that encompasses the external aggressions against the island (
Hoffmann 1998 ) . There exists extensive relationships and linkages of
government opponents ...
divide them up among landless Cuban country folk , has crystalized American
opposition here ( Cuba ) to Prime Minister ... As these refineries were the only
ones on the island , the Cuban government nationalized the refineries ( Franklin
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