Intervention, Revolution, and Politics in Cuba, 1913-1921

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University of Pittsburgh Press, 15 jan. 1979 - 216 pagina's
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Perez views the various economic, political and diplomatic methods used by the United States government to exert hegemony over Cuba from 1913-1921. He also examines the political turmoil and collapse of the traditional Cuban party structure, as candidates were forced to forge alliances with the U.S.
  

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The Cuban Electoral Crisis of 1916
3
Insurrection in the Plattist System
22
Policy Politics and the February Revolution
30
Naval Mediations and Liberal Politics in Oriente Province
48
The Persistence of Insurgency
65
Marines in Cuba
88
7 Electoral Intervention in the Plattist System 19191921
104
The Economic Contours of USCuban Relations 19131921
129
9 The PoliticoDiplomatic Contours of USCuban Relations 19131921
142
Notes
153
Bibliography
185
Index
195
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Over de auteur (1979)

Louis A. Pérez Jr. is J. Carlyle Sitterson Professor of History at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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