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Carmelo Mesa-Lago • 15 Items / 11 Books, 1 Article, 3 Reviews
Cuba in the 1970s (1974)
Pragmatism and Institutionalization
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    On the Cuban Revolution (5 Reviews)
    Revolution in Cuba, by Herbert L. Matthews
    1. Revolution in Cuba by Herbert L. Matthews
    2. Cuba in the 1970s by Carmelo Mesa-Lago
    3. With Fidel by Frank Mankiewicz and Kirby Jones
    4. Cuba Yes? by David Caute
    5. The Rise and Decline of Fidel Castro by Maurice Halperin
    Dissent, Summer 1976, pp. 309-314
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    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. The Unsuspected Revolution by Mario Llerena
    2. Cuba in the 1970s by Carmelo Mesa-Lago
    3. U.S. Policy in the Caribbean by John Bartlow Martin
    4. Peru: A Short History by David P. Werlich
    5. Brazil: A Political Analysis by Peter Flynn
    6. Latin America: Struggle for Progress by James D. Theberge and Roger W. Fontaine
    7. Latin America and World Economy by Joseph Grunwald
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1978, p. 223
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    Book Reviews (12 Reviews)
    On Latin America
    1. Mexico in Crisis by Judith Adler Hellman
    2. Peru: A Short History by David P. Werlich
    3. Brazil: A Political Analysis by Peter Flynn
    4. The Brazilian Corporative State and Working-Class Politics by Kenneth Paul Erickson
    5. U.S. Policy in the Caribbean by John Bartlow Martin
    6. The Brazilian Peasantry by Shepard Forman
    7. Inside Cuba Today by Fred Ward
    8. Argentina's Foreign Policies by Edward S. Milenky
    9. The United States and Cuba by Jules R. Benjamin
    10. Cuba in the 1970s by Carmelo Mesa-Lago
    11. The Hovering Giant by Cole Blasier
    12. The Legacy of Populism in Bolivia by Christopher Mitchell
    Current History, February 1979, pp. 81-90