For a few hours, we saw the face of a critical Cuban youth that wants their country’s democratization without sacrificing sovereignty.
The temperature of the repression in Cuba has risen like a fever during the days of the pandemic. It’s a systematic, cellular fever.
Every historian makes mistakes. Historian Samuel Farber makes very few and that’s why his books, such as The Origins of the Cuban Revolution (2006) are compulsory reading texts in contemporary historiography. However, I’m afraid I can’t say the same thing about Samuel Farber as a reviewer.