6 edition of Cuban communism, 1959-1995 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Irving Louis Horowitz.|
|Contributions||Horowitz, Irving Louis.|
|LC Classifications||HC152.5 .C799 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 873 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||873|
|LC Control Number||94041100|
Camarioca Boat Lift. Photograph. By: Lee Lockwood Date: October 1, Source: Lee Lockwood//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images. About the Photographer: Lee Lockwood is an American photojournalist and author best known for his book Castro's Cuba, Cuba's Fidel (), which features a historic seven-day interview between Lockwood and the Cuban leader. The photograph is part of the collection at. Cuban agents were sent on fact-finding missions to North and South Yemen ( ). Cuba published a small book by French Marxist journalist Regis Debray Revolution in the Revolution, promoting guerrilla warfare in Latin America. The book was translated into various languages and distributed widely.
Articles and papers on Cuban politics and academy. 8: 2: Documents on trip to Cuba. 8: 3: Center for Cuban Studies Update. August 8: 4: 3 issues of Contacto (Órgano oficial de la Asociación Hispano Americana de Bautistas Libres). 8: 5: Cuban Publications. 8: 6: Publications by Cuban exiles. " Felix Roberto Masud-Piloto, From welcomed exiles to illegal immigrants: Cuban migration to the U.S., – (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, ). The Act, known as the Cuban Adjustment of Status Act, had the evocative acronymn of CASA (Spanish, of course, for home).Author: Michael Dunne.
Procesos Agrarios en Cuba, La Habana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales. Additional Information. Below is a list of the fact sheets in this series on Cuban Agriculture. They can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted links: FE — Cuban Agriculture Before The . Before the final anti-private property reforms were carried out, there would first occur the Bay of Pigs, the threat of U.S. invasion, the Cuban-Soviet alliance, the missile crisis, the almost complete isolation of Cuba in the hemisphere, the death of Che Guevara in Bolivia, the solitary undertaking of Cuban socialism, and the conviction that.
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Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by stationcebu on Pages: Forty-six essays, presented by avowedly anti-Castro editors Cuban communism gathered mostly from US journals and books of the past couple decades, are organized into five sections devoted to the history, economy, society, military, and polity of Cuba.
Some of the specific topics treated include: Cuban and Soviet relations; decentralization, local government, and participation; economic policies and.
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Under the Cuban Adjustment Act ofthe United States could allow the arrival of such immigrants and avoid their repatriation to Cuba. After Cuba lost most of its Soviet-block trading partners with the collapse of Communism between andit suffered another economic downturn.
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CHAPTER 2 Dollarization, Consumer Capitalism and Popular Responses Katherine Gordy Journalists and academics have brought us numerous accounts of the ways in which people in Cuba have struggled to make do, given the termination in of the Soviet trading block, and the consequent changes in the Cuban economy.
Since Fidel Castro’s ascent to power inU.S.-Cuba ties have endured a nuclear crisis, a long U.S. economic embargo, and political hostilities. The diplomatic relationship remained frozen.
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Cuban Communism (8th ed.). Transaction Publishers. ISBN ↑ United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Statistical Office (). "Population of capital cities and cities ofand more inhabitants". Demographic Yearbook. New York. – 24 Edward Gonzalez, “Cuba Adrift in a Post-Communist World”, in Irving L.
Horowitz, ed., Cuban Communism –, New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers,Also, Myron Weiner points out that the lack of exit opportunities in Eastern Europe led to regime change by the late s. See The Global Migration nge to States and to Human Rights, New York: HarperCollins.
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