Dateline Havana The Real Story of Us Policy and the Future of Cuba
By Reese Erlich, Stephen Kinzer Copyright 2009
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Expertly researched and deftly reported, <i>Dateline Havana</i> is a probing exposé of U.S. policy and the future of Cuba on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Covering art, music, and Cuban politics, Reese Erlich creates a tableau that is at once moving and informative.
Chapter 1 A Very Personal Journey; Chapter 2 A Short History of U.S.-Cuban Relations; Chapter 3 Is Cuba a Strategic Threat?; Chapter 4 The Origins of the Cuba Lobby; Chapter 5 The Cuba Lobby: Bush and Beyond; Chapter 6 The U.S. Embargo; Chapter 7 Cuba’s Controversial Domestic and Foreign Policies; Chapter 8 Food, Organic Farms, and Jewish Jokes; Chapter 9 The Real Story of the Buena Vista Social Club and Artistic Freedom; Chapter 10 Women, Gays, and Machismo; Chapter 11 Racism in Cuba?; Chapter 12 >Dissidents, Democracy, and the Internet; Chapter 13 Prospects for Change;
“Dateline Havana combines good investigative reporting with sharp analysis. Erlich takes us inside the cultures of Cubans and Cuban Americans, an eyewitness to their lives and their challenging politics over 40 years of reporting from the island nation. Dateline Havana is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the problems and seeing change in U.S. Cuba policy.”
—Walter Cronkite, former anchor of CBS Evening News