The Cuban Revolution

December 23, 2008 11:36 AM

After 50 years, Cuba's economy still isn't self-sufficient

Three weeks after Cuban revolutionaries claimed victory, Fidel Castro declared that the island wanted not only political freedom but also freedom from an economic system that at the time was intertwined with the United States.

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