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Xi, 284 pages : 24 cm. "People's Power presents a theoretical, historical, and contemporary analysis of representative government in Cuba
Xi, 284 pages : 24 cm. "People's Power presents a theoretical, historical, and contemporary analysis of representative government in Cuba. It explains how the Cuban model was built on the theoretical foundations set in Rousseau, Marx, and Lenin, and the historical precedents of the Paris Commune, the 1905 and 1917 Soviets, and the pre- and post-Stalin years of the Soviet Union. The book's primary focus is on the municipal level, but it also contains important material on the national and provincial elected bodies.
tends to view economic policy in Cuba from the perspective of the ‘end of history’, liberal consensus whereby economic liberalization is the only game in town. Richard Gott, Cuba: A New History, 2004: o Nationalism was more important in Castro's ideology than socialism, with Marti being mroe influential than Marxist ideology, with its emphasis on class conflict.
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government adviser and Dean of the American University School of Public Affairs leads a book-bound tour that takes us from the Bacardi dynasty in Cuba to American military interventions in Central America. When I was at college, I was very interested in American foreign policy. It occurred to me that Latin America was the region with which the United States had the longest history of involvement – and the most intense relationship. That led me to study the internal politics of Latin-American countries – politics that are directly influenced by the relationship with the United States. Washington has dominated the hemisphere for the last 200 years.
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Author: Peter Roman
Publisher: Westview Press (June 24, 1999)
Pages: 296 pages
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