Castro &. La Revolucion. The Million Dollar Question:. So… H ow does an isolated, rag-tag band of less than 20 revolutionaries—probably fewer than the number of kids in this classroom—succeed in their revolution?. Cuba’s Perpetual State of Servitude.
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How does an isolated, rag-tag band of less than 20 revolutionaries—probably fewer than the number of kids in this classroom—succeed in their revolution?
-Half of the land
-3/5 of the railway system
-The electricity production industry
-The telephone system
This sort of domination did not result in an efficient countryand bred great resentment in Cuba over the decades…
Seasonal unemployment created instability:
This scenario created an undercurrent of unrest leaving no reliable democratic system in Cuba.
4. The right of sugar workers to receive a % of company profits.
5. The confiscation of holdings of those found guilty of fraud or corruption under previous administrative powers.
If surviving assassination attempts were an Olympic event,
I would win the gold medal.