Revolution and Economic Development in Cuba

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Revolution and Economic Development in Cuba

By Arthur MacEwan
St. Martin's, 1981
265 pp. $22.50

A Marxist-oriented investigation of the relationship between economic development and political participation in Cuba. The author finds a fair degree of success in political initiatives. The performance in agricultural production and in trying to resolve the contradiction between agricultural and industrial development has been weak.

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