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Review: CUBA NOW: The Cuba reader: the making of a revolutionary society by Philip Brenner; William M. Leogrande; Donna Rich; Daniel Siegel
Reviewed Works: The Cuba reader: the making of a revolutionary society by Philip Brenner, William M. Leogrande, Donna Rich, Daniel Siegel; Cuba: the test of time by Jean Stubbs; Cuba: politics, economics and society by Max Azicri; Cuba libre: breaking the chains? by Peter Marshall; The closest of enemies: a personal and diplomatic account of U.S.-Cuban relations since 1957 by Wayne S. Smith; Imperial state and revolution: the United States and Cuba, 1952-1986 by Morris H. Morley; From confrontation to negotiation: U.S. relations with Cuba by Philip Brenner
Review by: Catherine A. Sunshine
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids / New West Indian Guide
Vol. 64, No. 1/2 (1990), pp. 41-49
Published by: Brill on behalf of the KITLV, Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24027306
Page Count: 9
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