The Pros And Cons Of The Cuban Revolution

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Cuba today is currently struggling because of the actions that previous government officials took. Cuba is a great place to visit and has high amounts of tourism, but it also got its flaws. The government controls most of the country which leads to a shortage of goods and services. Due to Cuba’s condition right now, the people can’t receive food and drinks because the government has a controlled amount of spending. Our goal is to provide them with more variety of food and other supplies to fulfill their needs.
We will dive into Cuba’s history to better understand Cuba’s economic and social differences from the United States. Cuba was under a military dictatorship when Fulgencio Batista was ruling. In 1959, everything changed when Fidel Castro overthrew Fulgencio Batista. Fidel Castro was Cuba’s president for five decades. Under Castro’s rule, there were a lot of positive outcomes and disadvantages as well. Some of the positive outcomes were that he brought light to the countryside, and provided health care, employment, and education to citizens. The disadvantages of Castro’s rule were …show more content…

Cuba is the largest Caribbean Island geographically and population-wise as well. Havana is the capital of Cuba and is only two hundred and twenty-eight miles from Miami, Florida. The island has a tropical climate which is perfect for farming. One-third of Cuba is full of mountains, and the other two-thirds are low plains which are used for agriculture. With a coastline of three thousand five hundred miles, Cuba has four hundred and thirty beaches. All those beaches have a variety of powdery white, golden, and black sand. Havana’s architecture comes from a mixture of Spanish, British, and French roots. The current issue in the environment is soil degradation and desertification. Due to there being poor farming techniques and numerous natural disasters, there is deforestation, biodiversity loss, and air and water

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