Pérez-Stable, Marifeli.

Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2007. 1st ed. 8vo, wrps, 360 p., bibl., index. New Paperback 978-0-268-03891-5 "This is the most important book about Cuba to appear in a generation. A group of 'not-your-usual-émigrés' and other experts who have taught us most of what we already know about contemporary Cuba have performed an extraordinary service to the policy and academic communities—and their patria —in imagining Cuba's future after Fidel. Building on their diverse expertise in politics, economic reform, civil-military relations, social policy, race, gender, and cultural relations, and drawing from models around the world of regime transitions gone wrong and right, their compelling essays project Cuba's recent past onto its immediate future and lay a blueprint for a free, democratic, and just society. There is quite simply no book like it." —Frances Hagopian, Michael Grace II Associate Professor of Latin American Studies, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame (Item ID: 153722)


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