HIST 286 Lecture 16: HIST 286 week 8 lecture 16

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Radicalization and impact of the cuban revolution. Its effects on the course of the revolution. New years eve 1958-59 batista supporters desserted him and he went into exile and castro took full ontorl of the government. Optimism, temporary unity that papered over the sliplt between castro and his followers who had fought, and the more diverse aversion to batista, Those who did not run away into exile were on trial for their crimes, Castro embarked on a social revoliton, 1959-61 carried out more radical reforms more quickly than any other revolutionist in history, 1961 cuba had more of the economy under government control than any other communist country asided from societ russia. Cuba one of the most radical revoltution in the world. He had taken his island nation near the us into economic alliance with. At the peak of the cold war they were the enemy. Russia(cid:374)s had(cid:374)"t i(cid:373)agi(cid:374)ed (cid:272)o(cid:374)fro(cid:374)ti(cid:374)g the a(cid:373)eri(cid:272)a(cid:374)s o(cid:374) their turf.

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