The New York Times y Cuba

March 2014
Afro-Hispanic Review;Spring2014, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p129
Academic Journal
This article discusses the history of the coverage of Cuba in the "New York Times," with a particular focus on the era of the 1950s. The author comments on the rise in power of Fidel Castro during this time period, who eventually became the country's president following the Cuban Revolution of 1959.


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