Inside the Cuban Revolution

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Harvard University Press, 30‏/06‏/2009 - 286 من الصفحات
Sweig shatters the mythology surrounding the Cuban Revolution in a compelling revisionist history that reconsiders the revolutionary roles of Castro and Guevara and restores to a central position the leadership of the Llano. Granted unprecedented access to the classified records of Castro's 26th of July Movement's underground operatives--the only scholar inside or outside of Cuba allowed access to the complete collection in the Cuban Council of State's Office of Historic Affairs--she details the debates between Castro's mountain-based guerrilla movement and the urban revolutionaries in Havana, Santiago, and other cities.
 

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History Mythology and Revolution
1
1 Tactics in Politics and Tactics in Revolution Are Not the Same
12
2 The Sierra Manifesto
29
3 We Had to Act a Bit Dictatorially
39
4 Defining Opposition Unity on the Ground
48
5 Fear and Loathing in Miami
59
6 Taming the Politiqueros in Exile
72
7 With Friends Like These Who Needs Enemies?
82
12 Bordering on Chaos
136
13 Picking Up the Pieces
148
Like a Magic Word
154
15 The Pact of Caracas
164
16 Hasta La Victoria
172
Transitions Then and Now
183
About the Research
189
Notes
195

8 Total War?
95
9 The Golden Age of the Llano
104
10 The Arms Race
114
11 Politics and Popular Insurrection
120
Bibliography
241
Index
249
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