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Biblioteca digital: Historia de Cuba
Cuba, Castro, and the United States
Resumen: Bonsal combines his memoirs of his experiences in Havana with an analysis of the relationship between Cuba and the United States both during the Batista and Castro regimes and during the earlier history of the Cuban Republic.
His discussion of Castro's personality is incisive, portraying the Maximum Leader's increasing animosity toward the United States until the final break-off of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Bonsal's observations of Castro and the sociopolitical climate in Cuba are perhaps the most incisive and accurate of any to date on the subject.
Cómo citar: Bonsal, P. W. (1971). Cuba, Castro, and the United States. University of Pittsburgh Pre.
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