Voices from the Other Side

An Oral History of Terrorism Against Cuba

By Keith Bolender; Noam Chomsky (Introduction by)
(Pluto Press (UK), Paperback, 9780745330402, 240pp.)

Publication Date: September 14, 2010

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Since the early 1960s, no other country has endured more acts of terrorism against civilian targets than Cuba, and the US has had its hand in much of it. This book gives a voice to the victims. Keith Bolender brings to bear the enormous impact that terrorism has had on Cuba's civilian population, with over 800 documented incidents resulting in more than 3,000 deaths and 2,000 injuries. It is Bolender's aim to articulate the atrocities the Cuban people have suffered -- which largely originate from Cuban counter-revolutionaries based in the US, often with the active help of the CIA." Voices From The Other Side" includes first-person interviews with more than 75 Cuban citizens who have been victims of these terrorist acts, or have had family members or close friends die from the attacks. It is a unique resource for activists, journalists and students interested in Cuba's torrid relationship with the US.



About the Author


Noam Chomsky is Institute Professor and Professor of Linguistics (Emeritus) at MIT and the author of many influential books on linguistics.
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