- Book: Memories From The Land of The Intolerant Tyrant
- Author: Gus Venegas, Roberta Lerman
- Number of pages: 302
- E-book file-sizes: 3.62 – 12.45 Mb
This is a fascinating new book for those interested in a basic understanding of the Castro Brothers, the Cuban Revolution, and how it affected ordinary people on the island. We are told about the Castro Brothers- from their childhood at their fathers 25,000-state; their education thru their University days; their involvement in politics, whether Fidel at the Liberal flavored Orthodox Party and Raul at the Communist Party; and the start of their revolutionary days after Batista s coup that overthrew the Republic in 1952. The reader learns that Castro clearly revealed his totalitarian intents after been solidly entrenched in power by mid-1960 after canceling elections, dismantling a free press, exporting revolution to the rest of Latin America, and taking over private businesses; acts that led to a clash with his western hemisphere neighbors. Castro militarized the nation s economy and created a police state, trying to export revolution to the rest of Latin America as well as to Africa, even while stifling civil liberties and political dissent. The author also shows how Cubans live within a failed political- economic system, showing the day- to- day preoccupation of ordinary people obtaining consumer goods, such as; food, clothing and medicine.
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