Caribbean Revolutions and Revolutionary Theory: An Assessment of Cuba, Nicaragua and Grenada

Synopsis

A sophisticated comparative study of the Cuban, Nicaraguan and Grenadian revolutions, using techniques derived from J. S. Mill and perfected by Theda S. Skopol. Despite the unfulfilled promise of all three revolutions, they do suggest that people have the potential to make history and affect positive changes. Originally published by Macmillan Caribbean 1993, this edition contains a new Preface by Anthony Maginot, Florida International University.