Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the Dominican Republic

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy
Keywords: Imperialism

Abstract

The twentieth-century history of the Dominican Republic and its relations with the United States, ably summarized and analyzed in the article by Vicente Girbau beginning on page 9 below, displays in microcosm all the essentials of the experience of Latin America as a whole. And we see no reason to doubt that what is now happening in the Dominican Republic is prophetic of what will happen throughout Latin America in the period ahead.
Published
1965-08-31
Section
Review of the Month