CONTENTS
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Dedication
Introduction15
Part I
Chapter I. Democratic Plans25

Respect for Tenure. Terrorism and Sabotage. Economic Aggression. Attacks on Schools and Children. Tolerance and Law. Work and Credit. Constitution and Despotism.

Chapter II. Political Efforts32

Electoral Obligations and Constitutional Fulfillment. The Unjustified Attack on the "Moncada" Army Camp. Functioning of the Universities.

Chapter III. Propaganda and Its Effects38

The National Situation.

Chapter IV. Conspiracy of Officers44

The Submarine Platform, Trujillo, Prío, and Castro. Barquín and His Fellow Plotters. "Batista Day." Treacherous Surrender.

Chapter V. Return of Prío and Conspiratorial Activities49

New Disturbance in Santiago de Cuba. Struggle for Peace. Contradictory Reports and the Matthews Interview.

Chapter VI. Impediments to Normalcy53

Meeting of Presidents. Tokens and Conciliatory Efforts. Constitutionalism and Terror.

Chapter VII. A Terrorist Plan59

Personal and Political Preoccupation. Attack on the Palace. The Tragedy and the People. Road of Sorrow.

Chapter VIII. Crimes and Revolts66

Attack on Cienfuegos. Tragic Preparations for Strike. Method of Supply.

Chapter IX. Increase of Violence and Victim74

Sugar Mill Operations and Elections. Conciliatory Efforts.

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