Castro’s Domestic Policies – Part 1. Castro’s First Domestic Policies. Eliminate corruption and illiteracy Project to drain a huge swamp for rice-growing and tourism Low salaries were raised Big estates (many owned by the U.S.) were broken up and converted into cooperatives
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Peruvian Embassy in Cuba – 10,800 disaffected Cubans stormed it
Castro is looking for statues of himself
No economic blockade of Cuba! Foreign exchange, petroleum, medicaments, imported and exported goods
7 medicaments, imported and exported goodsth anniversary of the Cuban Revolution
Poster calling for Cubans to celebrate the 17 medicaments, imported and exported goodsth anniversary of the Moncada attack. The attack is seen as the starting point of the Cuban revolution, and is celebrated every year with a big meeting at the Square of the Revolution in Havana
May Day. All with Fidel on the Square of the Revolution medicaments, imported and exported goods