Survivor: Cuba

@article{Rumbaut2009SurvivorC,
  title={Survivor: Cuba},
  author={Luis E. Rumbaut and Rub{\'e}n G. Rumbaut},
  journal={Latin American Perspectives},
  year={2009},
  volume={36},
  pages={84 - 98}
}
Cuba's history subsequent to Spanish colonization can be divided into 50 years of republican capitalist government and 50 years of socialist revolutionary government, with an intervening 7 years of dictatorship. The revolutionary period was the result of and grew from the first, capitalist, period, including the Batista dictatorship, within the larger context of the cold war. Immediately after coming to power, the revolution met a determined reaction from the United States, setting the stage… 

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