Considers the years 1944-1952 when Cubans enjoyed a functioning democracy, freedom of expression, and an artistic flowering under the administrations of Ramon Grau San Martin and Carols Prio Socarras, both freely elected leaders of the Cuban Revolutionary
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This book brings together some of the island’s leading economists to discuss the good and the bad about their own economy.
Cuban Home Cooking will inspire you to stock your kitchen with cumin, oregano, saffron, and peppers, put on your apron, and fire up your stove!
An insider’s view of the Castro brothers’ rule
This book reveals the social history behind how the Cuban sandwich evolved from its origins in the midnight cafés of Havana to claim a spot on menus around the world.
This volume argues that recent technological developments are reconfiguring the cultural, economic, social, and political spheres of Cuba’s Revolutionary project in unprecedented ways.
This book emphasizes two key aspects of Cuban foreign relations: Cuba's adjustment since the disintegration of the Soviet bloc, and the ongoing confrontation between Cuba and the United States. Erisman proposes that Cuba has always been highly sensitive