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Paredon - How Fidel Castro Hijacked Cuba

Author: Cushman Cunningham
ISBN: 0-9700966-1-5
Pages: 364
Price: $16.00

This is the account of events that took place in Cuba during the 50’s and 60’s with the story of how Fidel Castro hijacked Cuba to create a communist island in this hemisphere. Paredon is the word used in Cuba in the late 50’s meaning big wall, and referring to the wall where opponents of the communist regime were placed to be shot. As a reader who had intimate contact with Cubans and whose girlfriend Mimi Miro de Las Rios was one of the victims of the comminusts because she was the legitimate heir of her fathers business I am able to attest to the clarity this book brings to the event of Cuba’s downfall.