5 edition of Cuba-- twenty-five years of revolution, 1959-1984 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Cuba-- 25 years of revolution, 1959-1984.|
|Statement||edited by Sandor Halebsky and John M. Kirk.|
|Contributions||Halebsky, Sandor., Kirk, John M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 466 p. :|
|Number of Pages||466|
|ISBN 10||0275901149, 0275916480|
|LC Control Number||84026494|
Halebsky and J. Kirk (editors), Cuba: Twenty-five Years of Revolution, , New York: Praeger, , pp. "The International Debt Crisis: Towards Resolution", with David H. Pollock, in Maureen Appel Molot and Brian W. Tomlin (editors) Canada Among Nations, The Conservative. Moreover, the historiographical fields on which this book touches, Cuban history in general, the Cuban revolution, and the vastly expanding body of work on women, has ballooned since when this book was conceived. Sex and Revolution: Women in Socialist Cuba, therefore, is an important part of the surge in interest and scholarship on Cuba.
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Cuba: the Evaportion of a Myth - From Anti-Imperialist Revolution to Pawn of Social-Imperialism CUBA: The Evaporation of a Myth was first published in the Febru issue of Revolution, organ of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. It was first printed as a pamphlet March, Some slight editorial changes. 52 Sandor Halebsky and John M. Kirk (eds.), Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, – (New York, ).
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Cuba--twenty-five years of revolution, [Sandor Halebsky; John M Kirk;]. Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, On January 1,Cuba celebrated the 25th anniversary of its revolution. As the first socialist revolution both in Latin America and in the Western hemisphere, its progress over the years has Price: $ Pérez, Louis Α., Jr.
"The Cuban Revolution Twenty-Five Years Later: A Survey of Sources, Scholarship, and State of the Literature." In Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution,ed. Sandor Halebsky and John M. Kirk, New York: Praeger, Biography Books and Monographs Garcia, Angel, and Piotr Mironchuk.
Diario de un mambi. He is the co-author of Sesenta años de relaciones bilaterales: Cuba y Canadá (), and the co-editor of Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution: (), Culture and the Cuban Revolution: Conversations in Havana (), A Contemporary Cuba Reader: Reinventing the Revolution (), and Competing Voices from Revolutionary Cuba Reviews: 3.
Sandor Halebsky and John M. Kirk, ed. Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, New York: Praeger, Xiii + pp. This "critical anthology addresses the general misunderstandings con cerning the Cuban Revolution and attempts to provide a more bal anced overview of the revolutionary process." Therefore, while some.
In Halebsky, Sandor and Kirk, John M. Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, The authors point out that the traditional structure of the family was shatered by the Revolution and that Cuban women are called upon "to excel at work, to volunteer, to study, to participate in sports and politics, and to raise families--to be super women".
Closing Speech by Fidel Castro at the Pedagogy 86 International Congress held in Havana, ; also see Marvin Leiner, “Cuba’s Schools: 25 Years Later,” in Sandor Halebsky and John Kirk, eds., Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution (New York: Praeger Publishers, ), pp.
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The Cuban Literacy Campaign (Spanish: Campaña Nacional de Alfabetización en Cuba) was an eight-month long effort to abolish illiteracy in Cuba after the Cuban Revolution. It began in April and ended on Decemsuccessfully raising Cuba's literacy rate to nearly one-hundred percent.
Before the literacy rate for Cuba was approximately 77%, as noted by UNESCO. This wa. González Echevarría, Roberto. Criticism and Literature in Revolutionary Cuba. In Cuba: Twenty-five Years of Revolution, –, eds. Sandor Halebsky and John M. Kirk, – New York: Praeger.
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In Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution,edited by S. Halebsky and J. Kirk, New York: Praeger. Children of Che: Childcare and Education in Cuba. In this informative and highly readable book, first published inCharles Andrain explores the ways in which public policies and socio-political beliefs and structures cause political change.
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Charles Scribner's Sons. John Miller (editor). Inside Cuba: The History, Culture, and Politics of an. Smith, Women in Socialist Cuba,in Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolu-tion,at 79, 80 (Sandor Halebsky & John M. Kirk eds. ) (report that 17% of women employed in ) [hereinafter Cuba); Carmelo Mesa-Lago, The Economy of Socialist Cuba () (reports that 13% of women employed in ).
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(). Cuba’s food distribution system. In S. Halebsky, & J.M. Kirk (Eds.), Cuba: Twenty-five years of revolution (pp. ). New York: Praeger. Cuba News Agency (, July 12).
Raul Castro will preserve the achievements of the revolution. Retrieved July 22from.Collins, Joseph and Medea Benjamin. Cuba’s Food Distribution System,” in Sandor Halebsky and John Kirk (eds.), Twenty-five Years of Revolution, –, New York: Praeger, Collins, Joseph, Medea Benjamin and Michael Scott.
No Free Lunch: Food and Revolution in Cuba Today. San Francisco: Food First.John M. Kirk has 39 books on Goodreads with ratings. John M. Kirk’s most popular book is Jose Marti: Mentor of the Cuban Nation.