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Cuba vs. Imperialism

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Creator:Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) Boorstein, Edward, 1915-
Creator:University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division.
Title:Cuba vs. Imperialism
Date:1968
Description:

Alternative Title: New Left Notes Note on Date: Although no date is present on the document, it comes from part of our collection labeled 1968-1969, thus the ca. 1968 date listed here. Quote: "Cubans were among the first people in the world to understand U.S. imperialism. They were among the first to be menaced by it, to suffer from it. American dreams of annexing Cuba go back to the early 1800's...On top of everything else was political domination. 'Until the advent of Castro,[sic] according to Earl T. Smith, former American ambassador to Cuba, 'the American ambassador was the second most important man in Cuba, sometimes even more important than the president.'...While imperialism is a system, not a matter of who is president or what is his policy, some specific characteristics of Nixon may be of significance."

Types:Pamphlets | StillImage
Subjects:Imperialism--United States | Cuba--Foreign relations--United States | Cuba--Foreign economic relations--United States | United States--Foreign relations--Cuba | United States--Foreign economic relations--Cuba | United States, Washignton, King County, Seattle, 47.6062095, -122.3320708
Collection:Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection
Institution:University of Washington's Libraries
Contributors:University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections Division
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Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection

Students for a Democratic Soceiety (U.S.)

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