Released on 1972-01-15Categories History

Revolutionary Change in Cuba

Revolutionary Change in Cuba

Author: Carmelo Mesa-Lago

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre

ISBN: 9780822974130

Category: History

Page: 560

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Cuba has been transformed more radically within one decade than almost any society in recent history. Yet the Cuban Revolution is poorly understood abroad because of its physical and political isolation, the controversies between adherents of the old and new regimes, and the murky skirmishes of the cold war. This collection of essays is a comprehensive and authoritative study of almost all major aspects of socialist Cuba. It draws together the talents of the ablest group of Cuban specialists ever represented in a single volume.