Fighting over fidel the new york intellectuals and the cuban revolution rafael rojas carl good on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers new york in the 1960s was a hotbed for progressive causes of every stripe including womens liberation civil rights. Cuban historian rafael rojass recent book fighting over fidel the new york intellectuals and the cuban revolution focuses on how us intellectuals sympathetic to the revolution responded to developments in cuba from 1958 to 1971 the reference in the books subtitle to the new york intellectuals is misleading perhaps a clue that . New york in the 1960s was a hotbed for progressive causes of every stripe including womens liberation civil rights opposition to the vietnam war and the cuban revolutionfighting over fidel brings this turbulent cultural moment to life by telling the story of the new york intellectuals who championed and opposed castros revolution. This book explores these debates over the cuban revolution during the 1960s particularly those centered on the new york public sphere and intellectual field that decade and this city con stituted a microcosm of activity whose resonance was felt around the globe new york in the 1960s was the moment and the place. Fighting over fidel the new york intellectuals the cuban revolution translated by carl good is not a book to be digested in one sitting my slow and extended reading turned out to be significant in ways i had not anticipated as i picked up and put down and picked up this book over several months
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