CUBA SINCE CASTRO. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RELEVANT LITERATURE
AMERICAN UNIV WASHINGTON DC
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From sources dating back to 1950, approximately 300 leads to books and articles were gathered. These leads were scanned for pertinence and generality, and from this review 186 were selected for inclusion. Each selected item was categorized into the one of five sections of the bibliography to which the item bore greatest relevance. The sections are 1 the 26th of July Movement and its origins 2 the major persons in revolutionary Cuba and their dominating ideas and philosophies 3 the form that anti-Castroism, both within and outside of Cuba, has taken 4 the growing importance of Russian influence in Cuba and the establishment of missile bases and finally, 5 the response of American States to the changing and increasingly menacing posture of Cuba. Items have been categorized according to the above breakdown, but an author- title index included at the end of this work will help the reader to locate items easily.
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