Cuba and the Revolutionary Myth: The Political Education of the Cuban Rebel Army, 1953-1963

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Cuba and the Revolutionary Myth: The Political Education of the Cuban Rebel Army, 1953-1963

By C. Fred Judson
Westview Press, 1984
294 pp. $22.50
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Sympathetic to the Cuban and related revolutionary movements, the author seeks the source of the Cuban phenomenon in myths bequeathed by earlier Cuban history. Building upon those, the guerrilla struggles of the 1950s and early 1960s, which are described in detail, in turn provided a further mythology whose function was to sustain morale and consciousness.

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