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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While the existing system was not eliminated , it was bypassed as new forms and
institutions were created . The new peoples ' courts ( tribunales de base ) "
emphasized informal procedures , and utilized ordinary citizens as lay
The illusion of participation is created through the ballot box , obscuring the wider
and systemic disenfranchisement . ... This occurs “ independently of the
repercussions that the resulting contest might create in the socio - economic
reality of ...
When the European revolution didn't take place , then came the moment when
they took the decision that had to be made : “ Well we can't surrender ; we have to
create socialism in one country . ” Of course , talking of one country is relative ...
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