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From the Publisher"Valuable for fields such as political science and sociology and interdisciplinary areas such as Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and criminal justice . . . . A worthy read."
-New West Indian Guide
"This book fills some Cuban niches untouched by North American scholars. . . . [It] brings to light new documentation regarding Cubans, non-Cuban traffickers, and people who used Cuba as a logistical base from the era of prohibition to the Cuban Revolution. . . . There is no doubt that Saenz Rovner gives Cuba the coverage it deserves."
-American Historical Review
"A unique contribution to the fields of Latin American history, U.S. foreign relations, and narcotics studies. . . . Great credit is due to the author for locating this data and producing such a concise account based on it."
-Hispanic American Historical Review
"This exhaustively researched text will be of great use to scholars of twentieth-century Cuba, U.S.-Cuban relations, and the global drug trade."
"Succeeds at inserting Cuba more fully into the drug literature."
— New Americas
"A valuable addition to that corpus of historical research on Cuba that confronts official myths that it is all too easy to leave unchallenged."
—Latin American Review of Books