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United States-Cuban relations; a critical history.


United States-Cuban relations; a critical history.

Morales Dominguez, Esteban and Gary Prevost.

Lexington Books


166 pages




After a brief review going back to 1800, Dominguez (political economy, Center for the Study of the US) and Prevost (political science, St. John's U., Minnesota) examine diplomatic relations between the governments of Cuba after the 1959 triumph of the revolution and of the US during its continued sponsorship of capitalism into the 21st century.

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