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Title Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959 : a Critical Assessment.
Imprint New York : Haymarket Books, 2011.


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Description 1 online resource (385 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-355) and index.
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Subject Socialism -- Cuba.
Democracy -- Cuba.
Politics and culture -- Cuba.
Political culture -- Cuba.
Social change -- Cuba.
Social problems -- Cuba.
Cuba -- History -- Revolution, 1959 -- Influence.
Revolution (Cuba : 1959) fast (OCoLC)fst01354503
Genre History.
Contents Selected Chronology; Introduction; Chapter One: Toward "Monolithic Unity"--Building Cuban State Power from Above; Chapter Two: Economic Development and the Standard of Living since the 1959 Revolution; Chapter Three: Cuba's Foreign Policy--between Revolution and Reasons of State; Chapter Four: Cuban Workers after the 1959 Revolution--Ruling Class or Exploited Class?; Chapter Five: Racism against Black Cubans--an Oppression That Dared Not Speak Its Name; Chapter Six: Gender Politics and the Cuban Revolution; Chapter Seven: Dissidents and Critics--from Right to Left.
Conclusion: Cuba Might Not Be a Socialist Democracy, But ... Epilogue: After the Sixth Party Congress; Acknowledgments; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index.
Summary The Cuban Revolution's most informed and insightful historian critically assesses -- from the left -- its impact and legacy.
Other Title Print version: Farber, Samuel. Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959 : A Critical Assessment. New York : Haymarket Books, ©2011 9781608461394