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  • Submitted by: molloy523
  • on November 25, 2012
  • Category: Arts and Music
  • Length: 355 words

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Cuba in the twenty first century can be described as the longest living third world revolutionary country that has struggled to become a strong and stabilized nation. With Fidel Castro coming to his final years, Cuba will once again go through changes that could possibly form a new structure and identity. In the 1952, Cuba was on the brink of revolution as Fulgencio Batista overthrew the government through a military coup’d etat and cancelled the election.   This event led to Fidel Castro forming his “26th of July Movement” along with Ernesto “Che” Guevara and fighting for the next seven years in what became known as the Cuban Revolution. Though this one event triggered the Cuban Revolution and helped begin the rise of Fidel Castro, this revolution was caused by factors such as the economic dependence on sugar, the downturn of the economy, the social structure of society and relations with the United States.
After fighting during the 19th century for independence from Spain, Cuba was able to gain independence through the Platt Amendment with the United States under the conditions that Cuba would allow the United States the right to intervene with foreign affairs, finances and defense of Cuba.   For Cuba this period of time was meant to help align itself with a strong country and form a solid structure but for America this was the opportunity to put their interests and power in Cuba while becoming a primary trade partner. The Cuban government for a long period of time laid in the hands of the United States as the U.S frequently pressured and intervened in Cuban politics and even had an American, Charles Magoon became governor of Cuba for three years.   This became a problem amongst the Cuban people and society throughout the era as they continually saw American companies and government have too much power over sugar and trade industries, the American people use Havana as a resort while many people lived in poverty and declaring the Platt Amendment void in 1934 which...

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  • Submitted by: molloy523
  • on November 25, 2012
  • Category: Arts and Music
  • Length: 355 words
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