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Without Fidel: A Death Foretold in Miami, Havana and Washington Hardcover – October 6, 2009
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Two have to tangle in this deceit, and Fidel Castro has still wielded the nationalist bat against the American "Empire". He continues to stir up trouble, even though his country is shattered economically. Fidel will not live forever, but his rage against America continues to influence the policy of his brother Raul.
The author has written a down the middle review of what troubles Cuba-American relations. Both sides have to give to receive. In the process of giving, there could be real economic and political changes in Cuba. However, the Fidelistas need to give up the government, and the Cuban American community has to overturn these rotten laws Washington has enacted.
I felt this is a needed book of reform for both Washington and Havanna. Change can help heal the rift in Cuban American relations.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A fascinating picture of the players and relationships that have shaped the policies of the United States as they relate to Cuba.Published 10 months ago by A. Reader
It was helpful before my trip to Cuba; I travelled there in February with a Road Scholar group,
and read the book i flight.
Very impressive, with hundreds of detailed accounts of international relationships and events of Castro's Cuba with others, unfortunately, to the point of confusion. Read morePublished on May 22, 2011 by P. Douglas
I could have read through Anne Bardach's gross cliches ("Gossip is the national pastime of Cuba, followed by baseball and sex") and overlooked her failure to get a single... Read morePublished on July 4, 2010 by JFMP