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eBook Cuba ePub

by Jon Barnes,Janette Habel

eBook Cuba ePub
Author: Jon Barnes,Janette Habel
Language: English
ISBN: 0860913082
ISBN13: 978-0860913085
Publisher: Verso; Revised, Updated edition (August 17, 1991)
Pages: 272
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 813
Formats: txt mbr mbr txt
ePub file: 1988 kb
Fb2 file: 1177 kb

By Janette Habel Translated by Jon Barnes. In this thorough but critical study, Janette Habel shows that, despite great achievements in public health and education, a malaise has developed in Cuban society.

By Janette Habel Translated by Jon Barnes. By Janette Habel Translated by Jon Barnes. Revolutionary Cuba today faces challenges and perils greater than at any time since the defeat of the US-backed ‘Bay of Pigs’ invasion in 1961. The Soviet Union, Cuba’s main ally, is both weakened and divided, the Sandinistas are now in opposition, and remaining Communist governments are everywhere in crisis. These developments have combined with Cuba’s domestic problems to place the revolution under threat.

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In this thorough but critical study, Janette Habel shows that, despite great achievements in public health and education, a malaise has developed in Cuban society.

Revolutionary Cuba today faces challenges and perils greater than at any time.

Revolutionary Cuba today faces challenges and perils greater than at any time since the defeat of the US-backed 'Bay of Pigs' invasion in 1961. The Soviet Union, Cuba's main ally, is both weakened and divided, the Sandinistas are now in opposition, and remaining Communist governments are everywhere in crisis. These developments have combined with Cuba's domestic problems to place the revolution under threat.

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President George Bush’s latest restrictions on Cuba are intended to win Florida’s Cuban vote in the November elections; they . There are potentially dangerous contradictions within Cuban society and politics.

President George Bush’s latest restrictions on Cuba are intended to win Florida’s Cuban vote in the November elections; they also express his obsession with ending the Castro regime rather than helping Cuba towards democracy. Cuba: what will happen after Castro? ↑.

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Revolutionary Cuba today faces challenges and perils greater than at any time since the defeat of the US-backed ‘Bay of Pigs’ invasion in 1961. The Soviet Union, Cuba’s main ally, is both weakened and divided, the Sandinistas are now in opposition, and remaining Communist governments are everywhere in crisis.These developments have combined with Cuba’s domestic problems to place the revolution under threat. In this thorough but critical study, Janette Habel shows that, despite great achievements in public health and education, a malaise has developed in Cuban society. Detailing the arbitrary limits set upon popular participation and the absence of a properly functioning socialist democracy, she reveals a dangerous ossification of Cuba’s once innovative and radical order, and a growing alienation of youth.This scrupulous account of the perils facing the Cuban revolution never forgets the appalling external pressures under which this small state labours. But it insists that only a bold new policy of revolutionary democracy offers the prospect of conserving—and building upon—the gains of the revolution.
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