A Nation for All: Race, Inequality, and Politics in Twentieth-Century Cuba

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INDEX
ABC, 94, 209, 212–13, 217, 219–20, 224; accused of racism, 207; race in program of, 207, 214
Abela, Eduardo, 183
Adelaida: sugar mill, 108
Adelante, Club (Afro-Cuban society), 201–3
African Americans, 14, 16, 112, 140, 159, 166, 248, 296–307, 384 (n. 64)
Afrocubanismo, 3, 11, 15, 178, 180–88, 199
Afro-Cuban societies, 15, 37, 142, 205, 252, 269; closed, 18, 280–81, 283–84, 338; and color line, 31; as sites of political activism, 61–62, 73, 77, 82, 84–85, 92–93, 139, 162–64, 169–70, 200, 223, 242, 333; struggle for racial equality, 67–68, 80, 131, 140, 146, 158, 160, 164, 193, 201–3, 206, 217– 18, 231–32, 237, 284–85; leadership contested, 165–68, 201, 281–82; violence against, 204. See also National Federation of Societies of the Colored Race
Agrupación Jóvenes del Pueblo, 227
Aguirre, Severo, 227–28
Aguirre, Tiburcio, 67, 164
Ala Izquierda Estudiantil, 191
Albear, Pastor, 202–3, 240
Aldereguía, Gustavo, 180
Alemán, José B., 57–58, 132
Almeida, Juan, 251, 286
Alquizar, 205
Alto Cedro, Ciego de Avila, 190
Alto Songo, 90, 105
Alvarez Naranjo, Andrés, 183
Ames, David W., 115
Amigos del Pueblo (Afro-Cuban political club), 81
Anckerman, Jorge, 181
Andrade, Freyre de, 71, 88
Andreu, Enrique, 185
Andrews, George R., 9
Angola, 306
Antilla, 103, 125
Antilla Sport Club (Afro-Cuban society), 164
Antilleans. See Immigration: of Antilleans
Aponte, Club (Afro-Cuban society), 237
Ariguanabo: textile mill, 230
Ariza, 81
Arozarena, Marcelino, 185
Arpa de Oro (Afro-Cuban society), 68
Arredondo, Alberto, 118, 131, 150, 196
Artemisa, 73, 251
Asociación de Buen Gobierno, 176
Asociación Fraternal Cubana, 167
Asociación Nacional Acera del Louvre, 224
Asociación Nacional Revolucionaria y Partido Asteria, 203–4
Association of National Reconquest, 196
Association of Naval Machinists of Cuba, 125
Atenas, Club (Afro-Cuban society), 68, 80, 92, 95, 146, 157, 162–64, 168–70, 201, 204, 217, 232–33, 237–38, 242, 244–48, 267, 281–84
Atenas Occidental (Afro-Cuban society), 164
Atkins, Edwin, 35, 123, 127, 264
Atlantic Fruit Company, 124
Audivert, Francisco, 65, 92
Auténticos. See Partido Revolucionario Cubano Auténtico
Ayón, Felipe, 158
Ayón, Felix, 90, 92
Ayón, Sixto, 164
Baliño, Carlos, 125
Bandera, Quintín, 36, 61, 170

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Tables viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I- The First Republic 1902-1933 21
  • 1 - Racial Order or Racial Democracy? Race and the Contending Notions of Cubanidad 23
  • 2 - Electoral Politics 54
  • Part II- Inequality 1900-1950s 97
  • 3 - The Labor Market 99
  • 4 - Education and Mobility 138
  • Part III- The Second Republic 1933-1958 173
  • 5 - A New Cuba? 175
  • 6 - State and Racial Equality 210
  • Part IV- Socialism 1959-1990s 257
  • 7 - Building a Nation for All 259
  • 8 - The Special Period 317
  • Epilogue 335
  • Notes 341
  • Bibliography 415
  • Index 437
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