Cuba -- "Long Live the Revolution!"

Vea, Javier Felipe Pazos
November 1962
New Republic;11/3/62, Vol. 147 Issue 18, p15
Argues against the U.S. invasion of Cuba under the reign of President Fidel Castro as of November 1962. Refutation of the popular opinion that Castro is a communist and that the revolution was a communist initiative; History of the 1959 Cuban revolution and the coming into power of Castro; Arguments used by the Communist Party to convince Castro of the communization of Cuba; Factors which enabled Castro to gain the support of communists and anti-communists in Cuba since 1960; Prospects for an internal uprising that will defeat communism in Cuba.


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