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Neither Peace nor Freedom

The Cultural Cold War in Latin America

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HARDCOVER

$43.50 • £34.95 • €39.00

ISBN 9780674286047

Publication Date: 10/13/2015

Short

336 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

18 halftones

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Exile and Dissent in the Making of the Cultural Cold War
  • 2. Making Peace with Repression, Making Repression with Peace
  • 3. The Congress for Cultural Freedom and the Imperialism of Liberty
  • 4. The Anti-Communist Left and the Cuban Revolution
  • 5. Peace and National Liberation in the Mexican 1960s
  • 6. Modernizing Cultural Freedom
  • 7. Disenchantment and the End of the Cultural Cold War
  • Conclusion
  • Abbreviations and Archival Sources
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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