Covering Castro: Rise and Decline of Cuba's Communist Dictator

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Transaction Publishers, Jan 1, 1994 - History - 201 pages
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"A good account of the vicissitudes, fascination, and dangers of covering Fidel Castro; author says, in the end, 'it has been highly satisfying.' Book contains good material on Cuba's foreign adventures, its espionage network, behind-the-scenes accounts of major decisions, and other information"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.
 

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Contents

Guerrilla Campaign
7
On The Road to Havana
5
Communist Takeover
10
Younger Brother
33
Failed Trumpet
39
Subversive Campaign
47
Dominican Target
53
Adventurous Argentinean
63
Espionage Directorate
109
America Department
129
Soviet Base
143
Rocky Road I Castro Crackdown
147
Rocky Road II Missile Menace
157
Rocky Road III Pulling the Plug
165
35 Years and Counting
177
EDITORS NOTE
189

Reaching South
81
Angolan Adventure
93
INDEX
191
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Page 2 - Fidel Castro, the rebel leader of Cuba's youth, is alive and fighting hard and successfully in the rugged, almost impenetrable fastnesses of the Sierra Maestra, at the southern tip of the island.

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