Guerrilla Warfare - Epilogue (Analysis of the Cuban Situation, its present and future) Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue (Analysis of the Cuban Situation, its present and future) Summary and Analysis

The epilogue begins with a recounting of the last year of the Cuban revolution and its aftermath. Once in control, Fidel and his government reformed rent laws and the ownership of telephone services, this created anger among those who had benefited from the previous regime and began to create a newly formed group of anticommunist's within the society. It was the agrarian reform act, however hat really created unrest among the remnants of the old regime. The agrarian reform dispossessed the old landowners and eliminated the rent system that was so common under the old regime. In addition to reforming land ownership, the Cuban communist regime set up state run stores to buy produce at a just price. The reform respected no previous...

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