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Title: Republican ideals and the reality of patronage : a study of the Veterans' Movement in Cuba, 1900-24
Author: Hewitt, Steven
Awarding Body: University of Wolverhampton
Current Institution: University of Wolverhampton
Date of Award: 2009
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Abstract:
This thesis analyses the emergence of Cuba as a sovereign nation, and the political corruption that plagued the republic. It investigates in detail, not only the independence movement that established this republic in its various wars against the Spanish empire, and its fracture and fission under the emerging power of the United States, but also the impact that this had on Cuban politics, and the consequences for Cuba’s native would-be rulers. The aim is to develop an understanding of what became of the veterans of the wars of liberation, and further the somewhat neglected subject of the relationship of the official Veterans’ organisations with the political parties and associations of the republican period. A short conclusion summarises the arguments and suggests further avenues of research.
Supervisor: Kapcia, A. ; Henderson, P. Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.500650  DOI: Not available
Keywords: Cuba ; Veterans ; War ; Unites States ; Imperialism ; Nationalism ; Radicalism ; Anarchism ; Factionalism ; Patronage
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