From the euphoria of the early years of the revolution to its near collapse in the 1990s, Julio Garcia Luis has selected a broad range of material to provide a sweeping vision of post-Batistan Cuba. Photographs, essays and documentary evidence examine the challenges, defeats and impact on the world of the greatest popular revolution in 20th century history. This book includes contribution from Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Raul Castro and John F. Kennedy.
Julio Garcia Luis is one of Cuba's most prominent writers and historians. Formerly president of the Cuban Journalists Union, he is currently Dean of the School of Social Communications at the University of Havana.