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Ridenour Reports on Cuban Freedom of Expression

“It is not a question of luxury, an alternative which one can choose or not: worker democracy is a condition sin qua non for the normal unfolding of a socialist economy.”Cuba: Freedom of Expression & SocialismBy Ron Ridenour / The … Continue reading

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The Fiftieth Anniverary of the Cuban Revolution

Ernesto “Che” Guevara remembered by the people. Photos source.Cuba Celebrates 50 years in Santiago de CubaBy Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / January 1, 2009 Modesty was the tone of Cuba´s celebration of its first half-century of official revolution. … Continue reading

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Ron Ridenour : Half-Century of Cuban Revolution: ‘Challenges’

Some Cuban youth have turned to western styles. Here, a young Cuban with a punk hair style watches a tattoo artist apply a tattoo at the Metal City Festival in Santa Clara, Cuba, Oct. 27, 2007. Photo by by Javier … Continue reading

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Ron Ridenour : Half-Century of Cuba’s Revolution: ‘Solidarity’

Cuban walks past billboard celebrating the Cuban Revolution in August, 2008. Photo by Stringer / Reuters. Pastors for Peace leader Rev. Lucius Walker spoke of these 50 years of practicing solidarity as what Jesus Christ would have wanted the human … Continue reading

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