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Cuba 1933: prologue to revolution / by Luis E. Aguilar.


Ithaca [N.Y.] : Cornell University Press, [1972] .
ISBN 0801406609

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Subjects Cuba -- Histoire -- 1895-
Cuba -- Histoire -- 1933 (Révolution)
Cuba -- History -- 1895-
Cuba -- History -- Revolution, 1933.
Cuba.
Revoluties.
Description x, 256 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
©1972
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Creation of the Republic: Struggle for independence ; American intervention and the Platt Amendment ; First steps of the Republic, 1902-1906 -- 2. Failure of the Republic, 1906-1925: Second American intervention and its consequences ; Political developments, 1909-1925 ; Economic and social developments, 1909-1925 -- 3. Elections of 1924 -- 4. Machado as President, 1925-1927 -- 5. Extension of Powers and Re-Election, 1927-1928 -- 6. Winds of Change: Intellectuals ; University ; Rise of Cuban labor ; Cuban Communist Party -- 7. Calm Before the Storm, 1928-1929 -- 8. Depression and General Opposition, 1930-1933: Economic crisis ; Political crisis ; Position of the American Embassy ; Last attempt of the old guard -- 9. New Tactics and New Programs: ABC ; Role of the Communist Party ; Terrorism and repression -- 10. Mediation of Sumner Welles -- 11. Downfall of Machado -- 12. Failure of the Provisional Government, August 12-September 4, 1933 -- 13. Revolutionary Government: Significance of the movement ; Strange triumvirate ; Increasing radicalism -- 14. Enemies of the Revolutionary Government: Left ; Right -- 15. Ambassador, the Army, and the Revolutionary Government -- Downfall of the Revolutionary Government -- Reflections on the Cuban Revolutionary Process.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Cuba
Network Numbers (OCoLC)226154
(OCoLC)ocm00226154
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WorldCat Identities Aguilar, Luis E.
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