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Island in the storm : the Cuban Communist Party's Fourth Congress

Author: Gail Reed; Partido Comunista de Cuba. Congreso; Center for Cuban Studies.
Publisher: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia : Ocean ; New York, NY : Published in association with the Center for Cuban Studies, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"A self-indulgent and uninformed account of the Communist Party's Fourth Congress in 1991, riddled with triumphalism and superficiality. Author claims that 'social justice remains the centerpiece of Cuban socialism' (p. 22) and that the party 'will stay at the helm all the way' (p. 23) despite multiplying difficulties on all fronts. Disregard the author's opinions and judgements and use this book for the  Read more...
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Partido Comunista de Cuba. Congreso (4th : 1991 : Santiago de Cuba, Cuba).
Island in the storm.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia : Ocean ; New York, NY : Published in association with the Center for Cuban Studies, 1992
(OCoLC)656275356
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gail Reed; Partido Comunista de Cuba. Congreso; Center for Cuban Studies.
ISBN: 1875284486 9781875284481 1875284478 9781875284474
OCLC Number: 26739820
Description: 200 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: [edited by] Gail Reed.

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"A self-indulgent and uninformed account of the Communist Party's Fourth Congress in 1991, riddled with triumphalism and superficiality. Author claims that 'social justice remains the centerpiece of Cuban socialism' (p. 22) and that the party 'will stay at the helm all the way' (p. 23) despite multiplying difficulties on all fronts. Disregard the author's opinions and judgements and use this book for the bibliographical information provided on leading cadres"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

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