Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, 1959-1984 by Sandor Halebsky, John M. Kirk
On January 1, 1984, Cuba celebrated the 25th anniversary of its revolution. As the first socialist revolution both in Latin America and in the Western hemisphere, its progress over the years has been closely observed by diverse parties as well as by scholars and academics. In this volume a number of well-known scholars in the field offer an assessment of Cuba's achievments, lessons, problems, and innovative solutions over this period. These essays present a comprehensive view of Cuba covering social reform, cultural change, the economy, the political process and foreign policy.