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Eric E. Williams • 17 Items / 10 Books, 3 Articles, 1 Review, 3 Films
From Columbus to Castro (1970)
The History of the Caribbean, 1492-1969
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    Americas (Review)
    From Columbus to Castro, by Eric Williams
    1. From Columbus to Castro by Eric Williams
    The American Historical Review, October 1972, p. 1185
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Discovery of the Asylum by David J. Rothman
    2. Prague: The Mystical City by Joseph Wechsberg
    3. Lord Palmerston by Jasper Ridley
    4. From Columbus to Castro by Eric Williams
    The New Yorker, July 3, 1971, p. 67
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    Latin America (6 Reviews)
    Crucifixion by Power, by Richard Newbold Adams
    1. Crucifixion by Power by Richard Newbold Adams
    2. Economic Development of Latin America by Celso Furtado
    3. From Columbus to Castro by Eric Williams
    4. Political Groups in Chile by Ben G. Burnett
    5. Student Politics in Chile by Frank Bonilla and Myron Glazer
    6. The United States and the Caribbean by Tad Szulc
    Orbis, Spring 1971, pp. 456-457
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. Cuba: The Pursuit of Freedom by Hugh Thomas
    2. Guerrillas in Power by K.S. Karol
    3. Guerrilla Movements in Latin America by Richard Gott
    4. From Columbus to Castro by Eric Williams
    5. The Growth and Culture of Latin America by Donald E. Worcester and Wendell G. Schaeffer
    6. Latin America: Today and Tomorrow by Galo Plaza
    7. Cultivating Revolution by James F. Petras and Robert LaPorte, Jr.
    8. Foreign Enterprise in Mexico by Harry K. Wright
    9. The Political System of Brazil by Ronald M. Schneider
    10. The Agricultural Development of Brazil by G. Edward Schur and Eliseu Roberto Alves
    Foreign Affairs, October 1971, p. 182