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Cuba after Castro : legacies, challenges, and impediments. Appendices /
Edward Gonzalez, Kevin F. McCarthy.
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Santa Monica, CA : RAND Corp., 2004.
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xi, 210 p. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
0833035738 (pbk.)
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Santa Monica, CA : RAND Corp., 2004.
isbn
0833035738 (pbk.)
contents note
The legacies of Fidelismo and totalitarianism / Edward Gonzalez -- The politics of youth in Cuba / Damian J. Fernández -- Cuba's demographic future and its implications / Kevin F. McCarthy -- The legacies of socialism / Jorge F. Pérez-López -- The Cuban sugar industry after the transition / Jorge F. Pérez-López.
general note
"May 2004."
"Prepared for the National Defense Research Institute."
"TR-131-RC."
catalogue key
5580150
 
Also available in electronic form via the RAND Corporation Web site.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-210).
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Summaries
Long Description
Accompanies and supports the Cuba After Castros monograph report with more--detailed analyses of the political, social, demographic, and economic problems confronting Cuba.
Unpaid Annotation
Cuba is nearing the end of the Castro era. When that end arrives, thegovernment that succeeds Fidel Castro, as well as the Cuban peoplethemselves, will need answers to the following questions: How is Castro'smore than four-decade rule likely to affect a post-Castro Cuba? What are thepolitical, social, and economic challenges that Cuba will have to confront?What are the impediments that will need to be surmounted if Cuba is todevelop economically and embark on a democratic transition? The fiveappendices within this report constitute a companion volume to the RANDCorporation report Cuba After Castro: Legacies, Challenges, and Impediments(MG-111-RC, 2004), which integrated and synthesized the main findings ofthese five studies. Although this report is issued as a separate volume, itis designed to accompany and support the initial report with more-detailedanalyses of the political, social, demographic, and economic problems thatconfront Cuba today and that are certain to tax any government that comes topower in the post-Castro era.
Unpaid Annotation
Five essays supporting the monograph above with analyses of the political, social, demographic, and economic problems that confront Cuba today and that are certain to burden any government that comes to power in the post-Castro era.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. iii
Tablesp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
The Legacies of Fidelismo and Totalitarianismp. 1
Fidelismo: A New Variation on Caudilloismp. 2
From Totalitarianism to Post-Totalitarianismp. 12
Cuba's Totalitarian Orderp. 13
The Mutation to Post-Totalitarianismp. 15
The Regime's Staying Powerp. 23
The Legacies of Caudilloism and Totalitarianismp. 26
Totalitarianism/Post-Totalitarianism's Imprint on Societyp. 35
Conclusion: From a Strong State to a Failed State?p. 51
Bibliographyp. 55
The Politics of Youth in Cuba: Patterns, Dynamics, and Future Challengesp. 61
Introductionp. 61
The Cuban Youth: A Demographic, Social, and Political Profilep. 65
Socialization and Desocialization Among the Youngp. 80
Challenges to Socialization and Governance: Present and Futurep. 92
Future Challengesp. 94
Conclusionp. 100
Bibliographyp. 102
CUBA'S Demographic Future and Its Implicationsp. 105
Backgroundp. 105
Purpose and Outlinep. 106
Cuba and the Demographic Transitionp. 107
The Implications of Slow Growth for Cuba's Age Structurep. 114
The Economic Implications of Changes in the Age Structurep. 117
Bibliographyp. 131
The Legacies of Socialism: Some Implications for the Cuban Transitionp. 133
Socialist Institutionsp. 135
The Legacies of Cuban Socialismp. 139
Concluding Remarksp. 163
Bibliographyp. 165
The Cuban Sugar Industry After the Transitionp. 167
The State of Cuba's Sugar Industryp. 170
The International Environmentp. 180
Restructuring the Cuban Sugar Industryp. 187
Concluding Remarksp. 201
Bibliographyp. 205
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