The Sugarmill: The Socioeconomic Complex of Sugar in Cuba, 1760-1860

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Monthly Review Press, Jan 1, 1976 - Business & Economics - 182 pages
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This extraordinary work deserves to be called monumental for its scrupulous and exhaustive analysis of the development of the sugar industry in Cuba, for the imposing originality of its approach, and for the unsentimental but no less passionate vision of history it embodies. The product of twenty years of historical research combined with ten years of economic and technical work in the industry, The Sugarmill is a landmark in post-revolutionary Cuban scholarship.

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