• Exporting Revolution: Cuba’s Global Solidarity

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  • Acknowledgments  ix
    1. How These Ideas Took Shape  1
    2. Talent and Influence beyond Numbers  22
    3. Cuba by Cuba  42
    4. The Island  56
    5. Cuban Solidarity: Africa  69
    6. Cuban Solidarity: Latin America  83
    7. Internationalism, Cuban Style  98
    8. Emilio in Angoloa  111
    9. Nancy in Ethiopia  122
    10. Laidi in Zambia  135
    11. Educating New Men and Women, Globally  144
    12. Cuban Health Care: A Model That Works  159
    13. Cuban Health Means World Health  171
    14. Sports for Everyone  192
    15. What I Learned  205
    Notes  223
    Bibliography  245
    Index
  • "Cuba’s internationalist record since it gained independence is utterly without parallel, a record even more remarkable on the part of a small country under unremitting assault by the global superpower. This highly instructive account by a poet immersed in Cuban culture, and deeply familiar with Cuban society, raises critical issues that all should ponder, Americans in particular." — Noam Chomsky

    "In Exporting Revolution, Margaret Randall turns cold war dogma on its head, showing how the small and blockaded country of Cuba was able to marshal its resources and the remarkable solidarity of its people to offer disaster relief, medical care, and literacy classes in countries far beyond its borders. Randall’s deeply moving account gives us hope that an internationalism grounded in generosity could be an alternative to a global order ruled by economic and military might." — Sujatha Fernandes, author of, Cuba Represent! Cuban Arts, State Power, and the Making of New Revolutionary Cultures

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    In her new book, Exporting Revolution, Margaret Randall explores the Cuban Revolution's impact on the outside world, tracing Cuba's international outreach in health care, disaster relief, education, literature, art, liberation struggles, and sports. Randall combines personal observations and interviews with literary analysis and examinations of political trends in order to understand what compels a small, poor, and underdeveloped country to offer its resources and expertise. Why has the Cuban health care system trained thousands of foreign doctors, offered free services, and responded to health crises around the globe? What drives Cuba's international adult literacy programs? Why has Cuban poetry had an outsized influence in the Spanish-speaking world? This multifaceted internationalism, Randall finds, is not only one of the Revolution's most central features; it helped define Cuban society long before the Revolution.

    About The Author(s)

    Margaret Randall is the author of dozens of books of poetry and prose, including Haydée Santamaría, Cuban Revolutionary: She Led by Transgression and Che on My Mind, and the editor of Only the Road / Solo el Camino: Eight Decades of Cuban Poetry, all also published by Duke University Press.
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