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Problems of the New Cuba

Problems of the New Cuba

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Foreign Policy Association, 1935, 522 pp.

An important publication, being the report of the Commission on Cuban Affairs appointed by the Association at the request of the Cuban Government. The Commission investigated various economic and sociological problems in the new Cuba and makes a number of important suggestions for agrarian reform, aiming at the diversification of production and the liberation of the island from dependence on sugar. There is much discussion of the urgency of government action for reform and some reference to Cuban distrust of the United States.