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Cuban exiles in Florida

Cuban exiles in Florida

their presence and contributions

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Published by Published by University of Miami, North-South Center Publications for the Research Institute for Cuban Studies in Coral Gables, Fla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florida.
    • Subjects:
    • Cuban Americans -- Florida.,
    • Cubans -- Florida.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[editors: Antonio Jorge, Jaime Suchlicki, Adolfo Leyva de Varona].
      ContributionsJorge, Antonio, 1931-, Suchlicki, Jaime., Leyva de Varona, Adolfo., Cuban American National Foundation (U.S.), University of Miami. Research Institute for Cuban Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE184.C97 C815 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination370 p. ;
      Number of Pages370
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1620077M
      ISBN 10093550124X
      LC Control Number91164146

        The brother of President George Bush, the Florida governor, Jeb Bush, has been instrumental in securing the release from prison of militant Cuban exiles convicted of . Cuban exiles need to re-examine what he calls the politics of passion, marked by street demonstrations and prayer vigils, in order to find a more effective way to combat Castro.

        A Cuban agent jailed for spying on Cuban exiles in Florida was freed from a U.S. prison on Friday but must remain in the United States for three years on probation, a condition Cuba . The Cuban Exile Archives and History Project contains documents relating to the exile experience. This collection includes publications from the Cuban American National Foundation and photographs of exiles. Also included are correspondence between project director Dr. Miguel Bretos and other exiles, and publications of the project. The Cuban.

      This comprehensive book focuses on the immigration and adaptation of the first three waves of Cuban migrants to the United States following Castro's seizure of power. The emigres of the first wave of were disproportionately white and middle class. In the presidential election, Cuban exiles in Florida favored George W. Bush over Al Gore by more than , votes, at a ratio of about 4-to Considering only votes decided the election, Bush has reason to be grateful to Florida’s Cuban-Americans. But four years later, the Cuban .


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[Antonio Jorge; Jaime Suchlicki; Adolfo Leyva de Varona; Cuban American National Foundation (U.S.); University of Miami. Research Institute for Cuban Studies.;].