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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The Cuban union movement encompasses more than 98 percent of Cuba ' s
workers through the nineteen national unions ( Evenson 2002b : 9 , 16 ) . The
unions are autonomous — a requirement prescribed by law — and are
completely self ...
In these countries , the legal system is viewed as an extension of the state (
Bernstein 1993 : 191 ; Evenson 1994 : 17 ; Michalowski 1997 ) . While the form of
the legal system reflects the Spanish and U . S . imprint , the most critical and ...
In 1979 , the Social Defense Code ( the penal code adopted in 1936 ) — which
had remained in operation , being modified by various decree - laws — was
replaced ( Evenson 1994 : 147 ; Zatz 1994 : 65 ) . As noted , the pre - 1959
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From Columbus to Revolution
Governance in Cuba
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