Jose Marti, the United States, and the Marxist Interpretation of Cuban

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This brief volume is an eloquent statement on the meaning of Jose Marti's thought as well as on how his thought has been harnessed to the needs of ideology in present-day Cuba. Hence, Jose Marti, the United States, and the Marxist Interpretation of Cuban History should quite properly be viewed as a contribution to the sociology of knowledge, and the political processing of the literature.Professor Ripoll's volume gives special attention to Marti's writings on the United States: without sparing the colonialist and annexationist currents of the times, Marti in his writing demonstrated a full and balanced sense of pluralist currents in the United States.The author sees Marti, in his desire for redemption, as a truer socialist and revolutionary than those who seek to cloak themselves in his words. Because Marti believed freedom to be indispensable for the advancement of society, efforts to hitch Marti to a single ideological post are considered futile.