He abolished segrigation in Cuba, and was very anti-racism. He also introduced social wellfare, universal education, nearly garunteed employment, and good healthcare. He introduced Communism to Cuba, as had been done in Russia, but Castro’s form of communism was closer to the true Marxist ideal, without as much abuse of power, or ukrainian genocides, therefore it was far more effective, and much longer lasting. Not every Cuban was a fan of Marxist philosophys of equality. hundreds of thousands of middle, and upper class Cubans fled to the United States, where they could continue their life that capitalism had blessed.
JFK and the CIA didn 't need to try to assassinate Fidel Castro and fail 682 times. They just needed to talk it out like adults, and say if you take them out of Cuba we take them out of Turkey. That 's what happened when JFK started getting nervous and talked to Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev. That 's how the Cuban missile crisis ended with only 1 death. The Cuban missile crisis was a peaceful ending.
Below are the 7 main stages that Cuban revolution: The 1st and 2nd stage of Crane Brinton’s revolution system is “the government started to lose control” and “The government loses control”. These two stages does not follow Crane Brinton’s stage entirely since Fulgencio never really lost any power. Even though during that time, Cuba’s economy was starting to get weak. Also Fulgencio didn’t try to change the large amount of unemployments and reduce the gap between the upper class and lower class. However, the first try to overthrow the Fulgencio that failed was through the judicial system which does not follow the Crane Brinton’s stage 1.
The campaign focused on teaching the lower-class citizens how to read and write by constructing new schools and training teachers. At the conclusion of the campaign in 1961, the literacy rate improved massively to 96%, a figure that was not far off first world countries. Despite the success of his other reforms, Guevara had an adverse effect on the Cuban Economy. He strongly believed in the formation of a mostly state-owned economy, and he did just that in 1961. As part of his plan of rapid industrialisation, Guevara believed that a diversification of Cuba’s agricultural production and increased investment in industrialisation was necessary to end Cuba’s reliance on Sugar.
So these rates are show that inequalities between regions like resources and opportunities was very large. Revolutionaries are against this inequality of opportunity in education so education system was the number one priority of the Revolutionary government. Under the leadership of Fidel Castro –Prime Minister Cuba has applied a three-step education revolution. First step is literacy campaign (alphabetization).Government organized people like intellectuals, students, housewives, teen-agers, members of the army for the detection of illiterate people. Volunteers are working with villagers during the day and night they teach them reading and writing.
These political factors included the long-lasting rivalry between Fulgencio Batista’s government and Fidel Castro’s political organization, “26th of July Movement” (“The Movement”). Batista’s policies moved the country to the edge of revolution. Followed by an economical cause but to a lesser extent. Cuba’s economic status and its social situation made most civilians to support the idea of revolution. These factors gathered together and formed the strength and caused the Cuban revolution.
Feng Ru on the other hand grew and developed by learning more things about planes and built a factory and learned from his past mistakes and failure crashes and became more successful in the buildings of his plane building and test flying. Finally, the impacts that they made are really important, Jackie robinson made an impact on society by paving a way for other black people to play in the major leagues. Melba Beals, passed the law for black kids to go to all white schools. Finally, Feng ru made impact because he brought planes to the coast and became the father of chinese aviation what would you do if you were one of these people who changed their country and also their
When Castro says “We have been witnesses, all of us Cubans, of every step taken by the revolution” unites the difficulty shared by the Cuban citizens as when Castro elaborates “Today’s parade shows us how much we have advanced. The workers now do not have to submit themselves to those trials; the workers now do not have to implore deaf executives,” conjures up a joyful excitement of hope for a brighter future. Castro is able to create this delighted feeling through his audience by providing powerful examples of how the Cuban life will change. Further, much of his onlookers are part of the larger working class who have been mistreated as specifying the “new
Its law enforcement apparatus has been influenced by the American model 1900 – 1902, the Spanish, the Chinese, but more so by the Soviet Socialist ideologies that appeals to the common good of all as opposed to western ideologies of the self under Fidel Castro. Cuba has a “centralized police organization, highly hierarchical structure with party-based bureaucracies and internal accountability, shielded from public criticism” (Sullivan and Others, 2004, p. 1033). The police are centrally controlled from Havana and have headquarters at provincial and municipal levels. The structural organization of law enforcement in Cuba is centralized with various security units
He started removing all the American influence which Batista had allowed in Cuba by nationalizing the industry, economy, re-distributing the land and confiscating American business and agricultural belongings (Britannica). However; Castro could not do this without directly affecting the American interests in Cuba (history.com). Thus, turning to a big anti-American power like the Soviet Union was an option that Castro chose to guarantee himself and the nations security. Professor Jutta Weldes mentions in Constructing National Interests that "elements of the Castro movement were engaged in anti-American activities even during the revolution against Batista.". These actions of nationalizing Cuba were what created tensions between the U.S and Cuba, which lead to a various number of problems throughout time and the missile crisis as result of it at some