Cuban Anarchism: The History of a Movement

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See Sharp Press, Jan 1, 2001 - History - 154 pages
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This inspiring history of the Cuban anarchist movement is also a history of the Cuban labor movement. It covers both from their origins in the mid-19th century to the present, and ends with an enlightening analysis of the failure of the Castro dictatorship.

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User Review  - Conor Crockford - Goodreads

A strong, enlightening of a minor but significant section of anarchist history; this also doubles as a decent summary of why the view of Cuba as a communist country is completely false and how Castro ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ryan Mishap - Goodreads

This sometimes seemed more concerned with arguments between various disciplines of anarchism than with telling a history. So, a bit thin but interesting. A general knowledge of Cuba's history would serve you well. Read full review


Introduction by Chaz Bufe
Map of Cuba
Intervention Republic 18991933
Constitution Revolution 19341958
Castroism Confrontation 19591961
Exile Eclipse 19622001
Reality Reflection
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About the author (2001)

Frank Fernández was the long-time editor of Guángara Libertaria, the publication of the Movimiento Libertario Cuban en el Exilio. He is also the author of La Sangre de Santa Águeda.

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