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After Fidel Castro's guerrilla war against dictator Fulgencio Batista triumphed on January 1, , the Cuban Revolution came to be seen as a major watershed in Latin American history. The three decades following Castro's victory gradually marginalized Cuba from the Latin American mainstream. But, as long-time Cuba observer Thomas C. Wright shows, the Cuban Revolution owed its vast influence. The Cuban Revolution and the New Latin American Leadership A View from Its Utopias by Luis Su?rez Salazar Translated by Carlos P?rez From the early days of the revolutionary triumph of January , Cuba has embraced the dream of Latin American freedom and solidarity. It has accordingly given priority to. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. []) and index. Contents. The Cuban revolution and Latin America-- Fidel Castro's road to power - Cuba - making the revolution-- Fidelismo and the radicalization of Latin American politics-- United States responses to revolution-- rural guerrilla warfare-- urban guerrilla warfare-- the Peruvian military reformers, . Yet from January to the spring of , under the leadership of Fidel Castro, a very different revolution took root in Cuban society. That revolution transformed Cuban society in ways unimaginable on the eve of its victory. It obliterated the ruling class, dissolved the national army, and virtually eliminated private property.

The Antirevolutionary Military Regimes-- The Nicaraguan Revolution-- Transitions of the s-- Selected Bibliography-- Index. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary After Fidel Castro's guerrilla war against dictator Fulgencio Batista triumphed on January 1, , the Cuban Revolution came to be seen as a major watershed in Latin American history. The “Cuban Question”and the Cold War in Latin America,– time—continued to dominate regional politics throughout the early s. As host of the Punta del Este meeting, Uruguayan Foreign Minister Homero Martínez Montero reflected that “no other event” in the twentieth century. Cuban Revolution Cuban Revolution: Selected full-text books and articles. A History of the Cuban Revolution By Aviva Chomsky Wiley Blackwell, (2nd edition) Read preview Overview. Revolutionary Cuba: A History By Luis Martínez-Fernández University Press of Florida, Read preview Overview. Visions of. The Cuban Communists at the Time of Batista's Fall The Cuban Communists found themselves with reduced, but still sig-nificant, strength at the time of Batista's fall on 1 January The party once had exercised real influence through its control of the Cuban trade unions, but its influence on the Cuban working class and Cuban politics.

A History of the Cuban Revolution presents a concise socio-historical account of the Cuban Revolution of , an event that continues to spark debate 50 years later. Balances a comprehensive overview of the political and economic events of the revolution with a look at the revolution’s social impact Provides a lively, on-the-ground look at the lives of ordinary people Features both U.S. and. The Origins of the Cuban Revolution Reconsidered Samuel Farber Analyzing the crucial period of the Cuban Revolution from to , Samuel Farber challenges dominant scholarly and popular views of the revolution's sources, shape, and historical trajectory. Introduction: The Cuban Revolution and Latin America xiii. Part 1 Revolution in Cuba. Chapter 1 Fidel Castro's Road to Power, 3. Chapter 2 Cuba: The Making of a Revolution Part 2 The Promise and Threat of Hemispheric Revolution. Chapter 3 Fidelismo and the Radicalization of Latin American Politics Chapter 4 U.S. Responses to. Fidel Castro and the Consolidation of the Cuban Revolution, Johnson Olaosebikan Aremu1 and Stephen Olayiwola Soetan2 Department of History and International Studies, Ekiti State University, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria 1,2E-mail address: [email protected] .