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ABBREVIATIONS
declass. doc. declassified document secured under the Freedom of Information Act
Declass. Docs. Declassified Documents ( Arlington, Va.: Carrollton Press, 1976-80; Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, 1981-) (There are printed catalogs, and the documents are available on microfiche.)
DSB Department of State Bulletin
Exec. Sess. SFRC Executive Sessions of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Historical Series, vols. 10-12 ( Washington, D.C., 1980-82)
FBIS Foreign Broadcast Information Service, Daily Reports-Latin America
FPD—LA Foreign Press Digest— Latin America
NYRB New York Review of Books
NYT New York Times
Pensamiento El pensamiento de Fidel Castro, vol. 1 ( Havana, 1983)
QER— Cuba Quarterly Economic Review of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Puerto Rico
USNWR U.S. News & World Report
WP Washington Post

1: THE MAKING OF A REVOLUTIONARY

1.
Ruby Hart Phillips, The Cuban Dilemma ( New York, 1962), 188; Pulaski F. Hyatt, Cuba and Its Resources ( New York, 1898), 35-36; George Biddle and Jane Belo, "Foot-Hills of Cuba," Scribner's, Jan. 1926; Fidel y la religión: Conversaciones con el sacerdote dominicano Frei Betto ( Santo Domingo, 1985), 143-44.
2.
Antonio Núñez Jiménez, Geografía de Cuba ( Havana, 1965), 480; Cuba: Population, History, and Resources ( Washington, D.C., 1909), 64; Alfredo M. Aguayo, Geografía de Cuba ( Havana, 1916), 186-87; Salvador Massip, Introducción a la geografía de Cuba ( Havana, 1942), 144-46; Albert G. Robinson, Cuba Old and New ( New York, 1915), 113-14;

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Table of contents

  • Fidel Castro *
  • Contents *
  • Preface *
  • 1: The Making of a Revolutionary *
  • 2: History Will Absolve Me *
  • 3: In Durance Vile *
  • 4: A Stranger in a Strange Land *
  • 5: The Sierra Maestra *
  • 6: The General Strike *
  • 7: The Rebel Victory *
  • 8: Rebels in Power *
  • 9: The Maximum Leader *
  • 10: Foreign Visitors *
  • 11: Cuba Yes! Yankees No! *
  • 12: The Bay of Pigs *
  • 13: A Conversion *
  • 14: The Smell of Burning *
  • 15: In the Land of the Giants *
  • 16: The Informer *
  • 17: The New Man *
  • 18: A Little Heresy *
  • 19: Death in a Small Hut *
  • 20: The Brezhnev-Castro Doctrine *
  • 21: Outside the Game *
  • 22: The F-1 Hybrid *
  • 23: Ten Million Tons *
  • 24: Poets and Prisoners *
  • 25: March of the Empty Pots *
  • 26: The World Traveler *
  • 27: A Door Slammed *
  • 28: Cuba in Africa *
  • 29: A Sea of Difficulties *
  • 30: Behold a Pale Horse *
  • Notes *
  • Index *
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