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by Ana Julia Jatar-Hausmann

Author: Ana Julia Jatar-Hausmann
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Kumarian Press (February 1999)
Pages: 184 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.7
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Ana Julia Jatar-Hausmann is a Senior Fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, . Библиографические данные.

The issues discussed in each chapter are complemented with vignettes depicting the daily problems of real people. This adds depth to the discussion by presenting the reader with dilemmas and complexities of a socialist country in transition towards a more open economy. The reader sees that it has not been easy for Cubans to find the right mix of social equality and political freedom. Ana Julia Jatar-Hausmann is a Senior Fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, .

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This book mixes little snapshots of individuals' lives in Cuba after the bottom fell out of the Cuban economy in 93-94 with . Jatar-Hausman captures the feelings of everyday Cubans in her analysis of their island's political direction.

This book mixes little snapshots of individuals' lives in Cuba after the bottom fell out of the Cuban economy in 93-94 with statistical data to provide a good mix of hard facts and real-life experiences. This post 1994 look is important in that it realizes that the Cuban economy is not going to simply collapse any time soon and that Castro and the rest of the Cuban government figures will likely be around for a while. It's heavy reading - but vital if you want to fully understand today's Cuba.

offers an important picture of Cuban realities. Whether one agrees or disagrees with her conclusions, The Cuban Way is must reading for anyone serious about debating US policy toward Cuba today. -Bernard Aronson, assistant US secretary of state for inter-American affairs, 1989-1993.

by Ana Julia Jatar-Hausmann. Published 1999 by Kumarian Press in West Hartford, CT. Written in English. Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-152) and index.

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Focusing on the experiences of contemporary Cuban people, this book is an original analysis of the economic policies and trends in socialist Cuba. First-hand information was collected during the author's multiple trips to Cuba. Each chapter is complemented with vignettes depicting the daily problems of citizens who live on this changing island. Readers are presented with the dilemmas and complexities of a socialist country in transition toward a more open economy.

Senior Fellow and Director of The Cuba Project, Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, .

ANA JULIA JATAR-HAUSMANN. West Hartford CT: Kumarian Press, 1999. 95) Castro and the Cuban Revolution. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1999. xxv + 188 pp. (Cloth US$ 4. 0) Cuba has attracted a great deal of attention from both scholarly and popular authors since 1959. The literature that they have produced has generated much heat, but has shed a considerably smaller amount of light.

* Named "Outstanding Academic Title" by CHOICE Magazine * Uses first-hand accounts to provide a balanced report of the socialist Cuban reality* For anyone seriously debating the US policy toward Cuba Relating the experiences of contemporary Cuban people, this book is an original analysis of the economic policies and trends in socialist Cuba. Based on Jatar-Hausmann’s personally-collected data, it surveys more than two-hundred self-employed individuals, and includes interviews with government officials, academics, and average citizens. Vignettes depicting citizen’s daily struggles illustrate dilemmas and complexities of a socialist nation transitioning to a more open economy.