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Fidel Castro's personal revolution in Cuba: 1959-1973. Edited with an introduction by James Nelson Goodsell.

[1st ed.].. New York, Knopf, [1975] .
ISBN 0394488911

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Subjects Cuba -- Histoire -- 1959-1990.
Cuba -- History -- Revolution, 1959.
Series Borzoi books on Latin America.
Description xii, 349 pages 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1975]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 343-349).
Summary The Castro revolutin is unique. In some measure, this uniqueness stems from the closeness of Cuba geo- graphically to the United States and the tight hold on the Cuban economy that U.S. business interest held in pre-Castro times. He virtually destroyed this economic link and rid Cuba of N. American influence political life.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Cuba
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1032201
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WorldCat Identities Goodsell, James Nelson,
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