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From the Publisher"An exciting and innovative study that will surely influence scholarship on twentieth-century Cuba for some time."
— Hispanic American Historical Review
"Brilliant and entertaining . . . Takes us from such fractious beginnings to the construction of black political identities in the 1930s. A virtuoso performance that contributes a great deal to our understanding of Cuban social and intellectual history. . . . Sets out a provocative agenda for further research."
— American Historical Review