Cuba: Order and Revolution

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Harvard University Press, 2009 - 683 páginas

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Introduction
1
Governing through Pluralization 19021933
11
The Political Impact of Imperialism
12
Imperialism and a Pluralized Economy
19
Government Authority
28
The Purposes of Government
33
The Political Party System
38
Cleavages outside the Party System
44
The Communist Party
306
The Ruling Elite
307
Party Membership
315
The Communist Youth Union
321
Functions of the Communist Party
323
Internal Party Structure
330
Party Schools
336
The Partys Claim to Rule
337

Governing through Regulation and Distribution 19331958
54
The Retreat of Empire and the Rise of Hegemony
58
Hegemony and the Economy
66
Social Mobilization
71
Economic Growth and Social Welfare
72
Government Authority
76
The Weight of Government
80
The Purposes of Government
84
Political Cleavages and Parties
95
The Breakdown of the Political System
110
The Politics of Breakdown
123
International Influences Society and the Economy
137
Hegemony and Revolutionary Politics
139
Social Mobilization through Education
165
The Economy and Social Welfare
173
Establishing a New Government
191
Government Authority and the Centralization of Power
193
Structuring Revolutionary Politics
206
The Formation of the Communist Party
210
Social Bases and Political Purposes
218
Social Effects of Redistribution
221
Bureaucratization and Social Change
233
The Constitution of 1976 and the Formalization of the State
243
The Law and the Courts
249
Mass Political Participation
260
The Committees for the Defense of the Revolution
261
The Cuban Womens Federation
267
The Cuban Labor Confederation
271
Youth Organizations
279
The Political Impact of Popular Participation in Government
281
Elections and Electoral Procedures
286
Political Mobilization
298
Measuring the Public Mood
303
The Civic Soldier
341
The Military Mission of the Armed Forces
345
The Socioeconomic Mission of the Armed Forces
356
The Political Mission of the Armed Forces
364
Setting Public Policy
381
Setting Economic Policy
383
Setting Intellectual and Scientific Policy
391
Policymaking and Social Institutions
408
Legislation and Legislative Processes
415
Planning for the Nation
417
Agrarian Conflict and Peasant Politics
423
Agrarian Conflict before the Revolution
424
Revolution Revolutionary Rule and Agrarian Conflict
435
The National Association of Small Peasants
445
Political Culture
464
Political Participation Cooperation and Individualism
465
Explaining Continuity and Change after the Revolution
472
Change among Students in the Early 1960s
474
National Integration
478
Forming the New Socialist Citizen
485
Women and the Revolution
494
Social Stress and Revolutionary Change
504
The Impact of International Economic Factors on Internal Affairs Three Perspectives
513
Changes in the Height of Cubans
515
Racial Inequality in Public Health
521
Textual Changes in the Draft Constitution of 1976 and the Draft Family Code
527
Members of the Peoples Socialist Party in the Communist Partys Central Committee
533
Cooperation among Cuban Scientists
535
Notes
541
Bibliography
630
Index
667
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