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Red Heat

Conspiracy, Murder, and the Cold War in the Caribbean

by Alex Von Tunzelmann

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R. Baraniuk

RED HEAT
"Red Heat" is a history book that reads like the best of the fiction genre. Once you pick it up you will not put it down. You will come away with an infinitely better understanding of the challenges and perils of being "unwhite" and living in close proximity to a nation who's leadership is at once arrogant, imperialist, brutish and incompetent. It is a must read if you are interested in understanding why Latin America has been slow and inconsistent in their "development". The depth of detail , including many intriguing quotations is fascinating. if Fidel was not a hero for you before, he will be after.
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