Which is the Real Situation of Cuba After Fifty Years Under Castro's Rule?

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Author reveals an honest, straightforward account of the disaster that befell his country in his newly published book

I hope that our arguments on Castro’s ideas and concepts can make people reflect on these matters and allow them to find the truth by themselves. I sincerely hope that those who honor me with its reading find this book interesting

He is a well known and prestigious professional and businessman who, after dealing directly with the harsh cruelty, the ignorance and corruption that were actually going on in Cuba, tried to create a new political party in the island, inspired in the ideals of Jose Marti, Cuba's National Hero, to oppose Castro's communist rule. He was imprisoned for this. He was convinced then, like he is today, that something had to be done for his country to bring it to a new democratic path. Author Andres J. Solares grippingly shares his views on the current situation of Cuba under Castro and what the future of the island may be in his newly released eye-opening book, CUBA: The Disaster of Castro’s Revolution.

The facts and events described in this book show how many essential aspects of the Cuban revolution have been manipulated. There are many books written on Castro and his so-called revolution but author Solares’s main objective in writing and releasing this book is to give an account of the main aspects of the disaster Castro has created in Cuba. Thus, this mentioned disaster becomes the main character of the book, and going through it, Solares has tried to explain the situation in which Cuba is at the present and the alternatives for its future. This is a book on ideas, which argues Castro’s concepts from a different perspective than the one presented by the official propaganda and many other books that defend or justify in one way or another his regime. This book shows that, instead of bringing improvements to Cuba, Castro has brought the worst disaster the country has experienced. It is not only a material disaster, but a moral, cultural, and economic catastrophe. It also describes how Castro’s system has entered a final stage of decomposition, which hopefully will finally leave way for the Cuban people to start rebuilding the country.

“I hope that our arguments on Castro’s ideas and concepts can make people reflect on these matters and allow them to find the truth by themselves. I sincerely hope that those who honor me with its reading find this book interesting,” says the author.

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About the Author
Andres Solares is a former Cuban political prisoner, who was imprisoned for trying to create a new political party in the island to oppose Fidel Castro's policies. He spent years in isolation cells and experienced all the terror machinery established by Castro. He was selected as Prisoner of Conscience by Amnesty International in 1987 and his case was one of three worldwide presented by that organization to the World Conference on Human Rights. He was freed thanks to a extensive campaign promoted by Amnesty International, America's Watch and Of Human Rights, the personal intervention of Senators Robert Dole and Edward Kennedy and the requests of the American Congress and British authorities and numerous other important political figures. He is a Civil Engineer and Contractor, who specialized in Economics in Great Britain and he lectured post-graduate courses on these matters in Cuba. He has carried on numerous studies on Cuban matters. Mr. Solares has travelled extensively and has participated in numerous political conferences and events. He lives in Miami with his wife Adriana and their children and family, where they have established successfully after his liberation.

CUBA: The Disaster of Castro's Revolution * by Andres J. Solares
Publication Date: May 27, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 308 pages; 978-1-4500-9236-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 308 pages; 978-1-4500-9237-1
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4500-9238-8

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