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26th of July Ambassador Smith anti-Americanism army assassination plots Autenticos Batista regime became believed block Castro Castro government Central Intelligence Agency CIA Director Allen Cold Communists conspiracies covert Cuba Cuba's Cuban armed forces Cuban exiles Cuban government Cuban leader Cuban problem Cuban Revolution Cuban-American DDEL December Department officer dependent dictators Director Allen Dulles Dwight Earl E. T. Smith Eisenhower Administration failed Fidel Castro foreign aid Foreign Relations Fulgencio Batista guerrilla Havana and Washington hegemonic power hegemonic presumption Herbert Matthews HISTORY UNIVERSITY insurgency insurrection insurrectionists intervene island July Movement late Latin American Studies LIMITS OF HEGEMONY minister moderates National Security Council nationalistic North American Ortodoxos Partido Socialista Popular PATERSON DEPARTMENT Pazos Platt Amendment political president rebel reform remarked REVOLUTION THOMAS G revolutionary Rubottom Rufo Santiago de Cuba sugar third force U.S. decisionmaking U.S. economic U.S. hegemony U.S. interests U.S. leaders U.S. military missions U.S. officials United University of Connecticut unpopular Vietnam