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Covering Castro (Hardback)

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Hardback 216 Pages / Published: 30/01/1994
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A good account of the vicissitudes, fascination, and dangers of covering Fidel Castro; author says, in the end, 'it has been highly satisfying.' Book contains good material on Cuba's foreign adventures, its espionage network, behind-the-scenes accounts of major decisions, and other information--Ha

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9781560001560
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 544 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"The strengths of this work are numerous. Most captivating are the firsthand accounts of events. . . . Mallin's arguments are convincing, precise and consistent with much of the scholarship on revolutionary Cuba. He combines the tools of the journalist . . . with the measured judgment of a scholar. . . . Mallin is to be commended for providing an interesting eyewitness account of the Cuban revolution as well as informed predictions regarding its trajectory in the years to come. This book is useful for the general public and specialists alike."

--Fidel Iglesias, CJLACS/RCELAC


"The strengths of this work are numerous. Most captivating are the firsthand accounts of events. . . . Mallin's arguments are convincing, precise and consistent with much of the scholarship on revolutionary Cuba. He combines the tools of the journalist . . . with the measured judgment of a scholar. . . . Mallin is to be commended for providing an interesting eyewitness account of the Cuban revolution as well as informed predictions regarding its trajectory in the years to come. This book is useful for the general public and specialists alike."

--Fidel Iglesias, CJLACS/RCELAC


-The strengths of this work are numerous. Most captivating are the firsthand accounts of events. . . . Mallin's arguments are convincing, precise and consistent with much of the scholarship on revolutionary Cuba. He combines the tools of the journalist . . . with the measured judgment of a scholar. . . . Mallin is to be commended for providing an interesting eyewitness account of the Cuban revolution as well as informed predictions regarding its trajectory in the years to come. This book is useful for the general public and specialists alike.-

--Fidel Iglesias, CJLACS/RCELAC

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