Intervention, Revolution, and Politics in Cuba, 1913-1921
University of Pittsburgh Press, 15 jan. 1979 - 216 pagina's
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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Insurrection in the Plattist System
Policy Politics and the February Revolution
Naval Mediations and Liberal Politics in Oriente Province
The Persistence of Insurgency
Marines in Cuba
7 Electoral Intervention in the Plattist System 19191921
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