Cuban Revolutionary Party

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List Of Prime Ministers Of Cuba
... Picture Name Party Term Prime Ministers of the Republic of Cuba 1 Carlos Saladrigas Zayas Democratic Socialist Coalition (CSD) 10 October 1940 – 16 August 2 ... Ramón ...
Hristo Botev - Literary Works
... "Songs and Poems", together with another Bulgarian revolutionary poet and future politician and statesman, Stefan Stambolov ... Botev's poetry reflected the sentiments of the poor people, filled with revolutionary ideas, struggling for their freedom against both foreign and domestic tyrants ... His poetry is influenced by the Russian revolutionary democrats and the figures of the Paris Commune ...
José Martí - Life - The United States, Central America and The West Indies 1891–1894
... Zayas Bazán realized that Martí's dedication to Cuban independence surpassed that of supporting his family, she returned to Havana with her son on 27 ... was invited by the Club Ignacio Agramonte, an organization founded by Cuban immigrants in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida, to a celebration to collect funding for the cause. 5, 1892, Martí participated in a reunion of the emigration representatives, in Cayo Hueso, the Cuban community of Key West where the Bases del Partido ...
José Martí - Political Ideology
... Martí dedicated his life to the cause of Cuban independence ... In his pamphlet from February 11, 1873, called "The Spanish Republic and the Cuban Revolution", he argued that "Cubans do not live as Spaniards live(...) ... In a speech to Cuban immigrants in Steck Hall, New York, on January 24, 1879, he stated that the war against Spain needed to be fought, recalled the heroism and suffering of the Ten ...
Revolutionary Spontaneity
... Revolutionary spontaneity (also known as spontaneism) is a tendency to believe that social revolution can and should occur spontaneously from below, without the aid ... In his work What is to be Done? (1902), Vladimir Lenin argued fiercely against revolutionary spontaneity as a dangerous "revisionist" concept that strips ...

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