THE REACTION OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO THE CUBAN REVOLUTION: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS COVERING 1957-1962
The Cuban Revolution in 1959 was expected to cause a ripple effect that would spread throughout Latin America. The United States was scared of the spread of Communism and the fate of a country that they had invested in economically. This annotated bibliography looks at government documents from 1957 until 1962. The documents included seek to show how the United States government reacted to the Cuban Revolution. Included are declassified documents dealing with covert actions, as well as documents that were never classified. Many of the unclassified documents are hearings before the U.S. Senate and House which were used when deciding what official actions to take. The declassified documents deal with actions which were not made known to the American public.
Advisor:Michael Van Fossen
School:University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School Location:USA - North Carolina
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:government publications bibliography united states foreign relations cuba sources
Date of Publication:04/08/2004