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Cuban communism.


2nd ed.. New Brunswick, N.J., Transaction Books; distributed by E. P. Dutton [c1972] .
ISBN 0878550461, 0878550451, 0878555390

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Subjects Communism -- Cuba.
Cuba -- Armed forces.
Cuba -- Economic conditions -- 1959-1990
Cuba -- History -- 1959-
Cuba -- Politics and government -- 1959-1990.
Cuba -- Social conditions -- 1959-
Description 328 p. 21 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Horowitz, I. L. Introduction.--Horowitz, I. L. Cuban communism.--Victoria, N. A. Mass and class in the origins of the Cuban revolution.--Fagen, R. R. Revolution: for internal consumption only.--Zeitlin, M. Cuba: revolution with a blueprint.--Mesa-Lago, C. Ideological radicalization and economic policy in Cuba.--Barkin, D. Cuban agriculture: a strategy of economic development.--Bernardo, R. M. Moral stimulation and labor allocation in Cuba.--Kahl, J. A. The moral economy of a revolutionary society.--Hochshild, A. Student power in action.--San Martin, M. and Bonachea, R. L. The military dimension of the Cuban revolution.--Fox, G. E. Cuban racism.--Kahl, J. A. Cuban paradox: stratified equality.--Horowitz, I. L. The political sociology of Cuban communism.
Geographic Area Cuba
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00787334
(OCoLC)787334
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