Reviewed by Harmannus Hoetink in Caribbean Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2 (July, 1961), pp. 16-21.
Reviewed in The Western Political Quarterly © 1961.
Reviewed in The Hispanic American Historical Review © 1961.
From the Preface:
In this work we have attempted to combine the methods of journalism and scholarship to produce a rounded analysis of one of the most original and important social transformations of our time. Since journalism implies speed and scholarship deliberation, the combination necessarily involves a compromise, and we must leave it to the reader to judge whether we have managed to achieve a fruitful one. We spent approximately three weeks in Cuba, in March 1960. We were received with warm hospitality and given every assistance we asked for. In the course of our inquiries we traveled from one end of Cuba to the other and talked with a large number of people from all walks of life. Some of these encounters and discussions are specifically cited in the text.
See also: Leo Huberman: Radical Agitator, Socialist Teacher.