Cuba from outside
At present a small collection of documents by non-Cubans on the development of the revolution in the country and how it effects the populace.
Socialism and Man in Cuba – The Great Debate, edited and with an introduction by Bertram Silverman, Atheneum, New York, 1971, 382 pages.
Cuba – Dictatorship or Democracy, How people’s power works, Marta Harnecker, Lawrence Hill, Westport, 1979, 145 pages.
Women and the Cuban Revolution, Speeches and documents by Fidel Castro, Vilma Espín and others, edited by Elizabeth Stone, Pathfinder, 1981, 83 pages.
Cuba – The Second Decade, edited by John Griffiths and Peter Griffiths, Writers and Readers, London, 1982, 147 pages.
History of a Takeover – The US Naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Editora Politica, Havana, 1982, 55 pages.
Cuba Moves On, Roberto Robaina, Jose Marti Press, Havana, 1991, 13 pages.
What is the FMC, Havana, N.D. 13 pages. The Federacíon de Mujeres Cubanas.
The New Man in Cuba – Britain-Cuba Association, London, 1969, 24 pages.
Cuba – Report by Newcastle Latin America Study Group of the visit April 1984, Newcastle 1984, 14 pages.
Cubatimes, Fall 1981, Cuba Resource Centre, New York