The bourgeois internationally are hoping that when Castro dies
their plans to reintroduce capitalism on the island can be concretised. The
imperialists have different opinions about how this is to be achieved, but the
real threat to the Cuban Revolution comes from within.
We publish an article from Morning
Star by Ron Ridenour, in which he examines the kind of books being
published in today's Cuba and comments on the
changing intellectual climate in which the ideas of Trotsky are more and more
Fidel Castro’s illness has posed what will come once he departs
this world. The capitalist are looking at different ways of restoring
capitalism. Within the state and party in Cuba there are clearly
pro-capitalist elements. It is the duty of the workers and youth of the world
to defend the Cuban revolution.
This is the foreword written by Alan Woods
for Ariel Dacal and Francisco Brown Infante's book recently published in Cuba by
Editorial Ciencias Sociales. Already launched in Havana,
their book "Russia:
from real socialism to real capitalism" is an interesting analysis of the
reasons for and consequences of the fall of the USSR.