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Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr. 45 Jamaica, K. E. , I. Kepars 47 Morocco, Rev. , Anne M. Findlay and Allan M. Findlay 48 Mexico, Rev. , George Philip 49 Bahrain, P. T. H. Unwin 50 The Yemens, G. Rex Smith 51 Zambia, Anne M. Bliss and J. A. Rigg 52 Puerto Rico, Elena E. Cevallos 53 Namibia, Stanley Schoeman and Elna Schoeman 54 Tanzania, Rev. , Colin Darch 55 Jordan, Ian J. Seccombe 56 Kuwait, Rev. , Frank A. Clements 57 Brazil, Solena V. , C. H. , Graham J. Shields 61 Atlantic Ocean, H. G. R. King 62 Canada, Ernest Ingles 63 Cameroon, Mark W.
The Cuban Revolutionary Party founded by José Martí in 1892 became the focus for, and Martí the driving force behind, a new push for independence which was to culminate in the second war of Page xviii independence (1895-98). Wary of the economic attrition of a prolonged war, and the emergence of military caudillos, Martí planned for a quick victory by means of a mass rebellion involving all regions of the island, backed by resources purchased with funds raised mainly from exiles in the United States.
Publisher : ABC-CLIO isbn10 | asin : 1851090215 print isbn13 : 9781851090211 ebook isbn13 : 9780585026718 language : English subject Cuba--Bibliography. 97291 subject : Cuba--Bibliography. Cuba Page ii WORLD BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SERIES General Editors: Robert G. Neville (Executive Editor) John J. Horton Robert A. Myers Hans H. Wellisch Ian Wallace Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr. John J. Horton is Deputy Librarian of the University of Bradford and was formerly Chairman of its Academic Board of Studies in Social Sciences.