Cuba, the Test of Time

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Latin American Bureau (Research and Action), 1989 - Cuba - 142 pages
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Describes the mixture of achievement and obstacle that makes up modern Cuba, concentrating on the issues and dilemmas facing ordinary Cubans: availability of consumer goods, motivation at work, civil rights and decision-making and the country's involvement in war overseas.

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Contents

Preface
1
The Cooperative Hope
27
Money and Motivation
47
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Stubbs lived in Cuba for 19 years. She is currently lecturer in Caribbean and Latin American history at the University of North London.

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