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Cuban exile a socio-political analysis by Patrick Lee Gallagher

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Miami (Fla.),
  • Florida,
  • Miami

Subjects:

  • Cuban Americans -- Florida -- Miami -- Politics and government.,
  • Miami (Fla.) -- Politics and government.,
  • Miami (Fla.) -- Social conditions.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementPatrick Lee Gallagher.
SeriesHispanics in the United States
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF319.M6 G34 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 220 p. ;
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4404089M
ISBN 100405131577
LC Control Number79006207

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  * In May came into exile in New York, one of the best Cuban cartoonists of all time, Antonio Prohias, that of his character in Cuba for magazines and Zig Zag Bohemia “Sinister Man” created an English version for the popular American humor magazine Mad: Spy vs Spy.   The news director of a Little Havana radio station, WQBA “La Cubanísima,” speaks out against terrorism and violence in Miami. Not the terrorism and violence for which Miami is known, the inner-city brutality, the Scarface ’s the terrorism and violence one doesn’t hear much about outside of exile circles—the bombing, mutilation, and execution-style assassinations of those who. THE CUBAN AFFAIR by NELSON DEMILLE is an amusing, intriguing, fun, and an action-filled adventure suspense novel that had me engaged, entertained, and interested throughout this entire book. Although, I wouldn’t say there was too much action or suspense for the stars rounded up to 4 stars!/5(K). The term Cuban exile refers to exodus of Cubans from the island of Cuba after the Cuban Revolution of , which overthrew the US-backed military dictatorship of Fulgencio would flee to the United States, but others would find refuge in other countries. The first wave of emigration occurred directly after the revolution, followed by the Freedom Flights from to

"The Exile" is a fascinating portrait of Miami's Cuban population, the most successful group of immigrants to settle in the United States since the Jews of the nineteenth century. David Rieff, whom the San Diego Tribune called our "modern Alexis de Tocqueville," has provided an engrossing look at a group exiled from its homeland, showing how America has affected these immigrants, and what it.   Dreams of the Exiled "Calle Ocho," Little Havana, the epicenter of the Cuban exile community, was built on strong Cuban coffee, Cuban food, Cuban music and Cuban business : American Experience.   The Authors Asis and Levine have created an excellent documentary of the Cuban immigration to Miami-Dade county. The book takes one from the s to the present. It explains ins and outs the Cuban life in Miami. It is a very neutral book which neither glorifies nor demeans the Cuban immigration to Miami and Florida/5(8). Cuban Exile. 54 likes. Recounted through the eyes of an 8 year old girl, this is the story of one family's exodus from Cuba in and their new life in small town America.