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Jacobo Timerman • 12 Items / 4 Books, 8 Articles
Cuba: A Journey (1990)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books & the Arts
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    The Long Goodbye (Review)
    Cuba: A Journey, by Jacobo Timerman
    1. Cuba: A Journey by Jacobo Timerman
    The Nation, February 11, 1991, pp. 165-167
  2. Books
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    A miss and a hit on Cuba (2 Reviews)
    Cuba: A Journey, by Jacobo Timerman
    1. Cuba: A Journey by Jacobo Timerman
    2. Cuba and the United States by Louis A. Perez, Jr.
    Commonweal, February 8, 1991, p. 108
  3. Books
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    Communism and Its Discontents (4 Reviews)
    Small Fires, by Christopher Cerf and Marina Albee
    1. Small Fires by Christopher Cerf and Marina Albee
    2. The Magic Lantern by Timothy Garton Ash
    3. Cuba: A Journey by Jacobo Timerman
    4. The Cause that Failed by Guenter Lewy
    Problems of Communism, May 1991, pp. 116-126
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    Latin America (5 Reviews)
    Cuba: The International Dimension, by Georges Fauriol and Eva Loser
    1. Cuba: The International Dimension by Georges Fauriol and Eva Loser
    2. Cuba: A Journey by Jacobo Timerman
    3. "Gonzalo" by Julia Roldan
    4. Literature and Politics in the Central American Revolutions by John Beverley and Marc Zimmerman
    5. The Ordeal of Hegemony by Guy Poitras
    Orbis, Winter 1991, pp. 157-162
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. Liberation Theology at the Crossroads by Paul E. Sigmund
    2. Cuba: A Journey by Jacobo Timerman
    3. Alternative to Intervention by Richard J. Bloomfield and Gregory F. Treverton, ...
    4. Democracy in the Americas by Robert A. Pastor
    5. U.S. Policy in Central America by Dario Moreno
    6. Pinochet's Economists by Juan Gabriel Valdes
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1990, pp. 194-195