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Cuba: From Independence to Revolution, 1868-1959 LAH 1093 Fall 2010
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Cuba: From Independence to Revolution Sugar American Influence Baseball Trade with U.S. 80% exports to U.S. by 1890s “Filibusters” William Walker
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Cuba: From Independence to Revolution Nationalist Rebellion 1868-1878 Martí and Maceo Emancipation, 1886 Ybor City/Key West Cigar Industry Tobacco v. Sugar Yeomanry
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Antonio Maceo and Jose Martí
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Cuba: From Independence to Revolution War for Independence 1895-1898 U.S.S. Maine Spanish-American War Platt Amendment Guantanamo Bay U.S. investment in Sugar Industry
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Caption: “Uncle Sam to Porto Rico: ‘And to think that bad boy came near to being your brother’,” ( Chicago Inter Ocean , 1905).
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Cuba: From Independence to Revolution Massacre of 1912 Overthrow of Machado, 1933 Reformist Constitution, 1940 Fulgencio Batista 1952 coup Military Dictatorship
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Cuba: From Independence to Revolution M-26-7 Moncada Barracks
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Unformatted text preview: – July 26, 1953 • Fidel Castro • Ernesto “Che” Guevara – “Foco” Theory • Granma , 1956 Fidel Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara Cuba: From Independence to Revolution • January 1, 1959 – Batista Overthrown • Immigration – Refugees • Nationalism – American/Cuban property seized • U.S. Embargo – 1962- Present Cuba: From Independence to Revolution • Cuba-Russia ties – Sugar Exports • Bay of Pigs – April 17, 1961 • Assassination Plots • Cuban Missile Crisis – October 1962 • “Exporting” the Revolution Cuba: From Independence to Revolution • Domestic Reforms – Healthcare – Education • Domestic Failures – Elections – Human Rights • Marielitos, 1980 • Balseros , 1990s Cuba: From Independence to Revolution • Remittances • The New Economy – Tourism – Petite Capitalism • Cuba today? • The future of Cuba and Cuba-U.S. Relations?...
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