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.
Résultats 1-3 sur 26
structures that support a minimal level of fundamental equality , ” a standard that
even the most developed capitalist countries “ barely meet ” ( Boron 1995 : 192 ) .
Democracy becomes a sham when elected governments “ exhibit total ...
In other words , racism – by undermining the power of workers and depreciating
labour — is integral to capitalist accumulation . While there are , of course ,
important differing distinctions within the radical transformationist camp , it is
united in ...
capitalist country , it was subjected to external domination . Cubans have very
strong memories of this history . Those who predict the inevitable demise of
Cuban socialism and a capitalist resurrection have misunderstood the Cuban ...
Avis des internautes - Rédiger un commentaire
From Columbus to Revolution
Governance in Cuba
Race Inequality and Revolution
5 autres sections non affichées