This volume provides is a look at the social function of myth during two distinct phases of the Cuban revolutionary process. The first period spanned the years of armed struggle, from 1953 through 1958, a time during which the rebel leadership prevailed. Moving onto the years between 1959 and 1963, the achievements during the revolutionary war, and particularly the deeds of the Rebel Army, in which sacrifice and measure of heroism whose function was to sustain morale and consciousness.
Table of Contents
1 The Revolutionary Myth In The Political Education Of The Cuban Military 2 The Foundations Of Political Education In The Cuban Revolutionary Generation 3 The New Mambises: Combat, Repression And Imprisonment As Political Education For Revolutionary Cadres 4 The New Mambises: Exile And The So-Called Subjectivist Phase 5 Political Education In The Rebel Army: Armed Struggle And The Establishment Of The Guerrillas 6 The Political Education Of Experience: The Establishment Of Popular Support In The Guerrilla Foco And The Territorio Libre, 7 The Political Education Of Combat: The Myth Of The Guerrilla Struggle In The Sierra, 8 Fall 1958: The Expansion Of Guerrilla Struggle And The Further Generation Of The Rebel Army Myth, 9 The Institutionalization Of Myths In The Political Education Of The Rebel Army/Far, 1959 To 1963
C. Fred Judson (Author)