The Cuban Revolution

A Critial Perspective

Sam Dolgoff

The Cuban Revolution

Sam Dolgoff

Distributed for Black Rose Books

221 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Paper $44.99 ISBN: 9780919618367 Published September 1976 N/F/S Canada, Ireland & United Kingdom
Sam Dolgoff analyzes the Cuban Revolution.  He presents a historical perspective that arrives at new insights into social and political change. Sam Dolgoff (1902-1990) played an important role in anarchist movements since the early 1920s. He was a member of the Chicago Free Society Group, and co-founded the New York Libertarian League.
Contents
CONTENTS /AN INTRODUCTORY WORD TO THE ANARCHIVE /CONTENTS /BIOGRAPHY /SAM DOLGOFF’S WORKS /BOOKS TRANSLATED BY SAM DOLGOFF /THE CUBAN REVOLUTION: AN ANARCHIST PERSPECTIVE /(INTRODUCTION) /CASTRO’S FRIENDLY CRITICS /From Waldo Frank to Rene Dumont /Dumonts
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