By Antoni Kapcia
"Cuba because the Fifties" offers a much-needed account of the Cuban Revolution and Cuba's heritage over its fifty years of life due to the fact 1959. Antoni Kapcia unravels the complexities of the occasionally puzzling, and infrequently misunderstood strategy of continuous switch, and explains the Revolution's notable survival after the deep and probably terminal quandary led to by way of the cave in of the Soviet Bloc in 1989-91. This ebook appears on the technique of social revolution and the advantages and downsides that amassed for this reason; the evolution of, and consensus approximately, ideology, and Castro's elevation to nationwide chief; well known participation within the Revolution; the Revolution's altering overseas profile and family members; the politics of defence and dissent; and at last the problem post-1990 which generated the mechanisms of survival and edition within the face of America's alternate embargo. The publication is geared toward the vast readership following sleek and modern international politics, smooth political background, Latin American and constructing global background and politics, and radical politics. �Read more...
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The emphasis on economists is in keeping with Gramsci’s ideas on their role. He was of the opinion that while all social tasks require a degree of skills, economists require more. ”25 We note their sources and references to illustrate why we call them part of the epistemic community of scholars studying the global economy. Their language and principal economic arguments are strikingly similar to those found in any report from, for instance, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), while their criticisms of “neo-liberalism” do not sound much different from those of a Joseph E.
Cuba in revolution : a history since the fifties by Antoni Kapcia