Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Battered Health System

The Cuban health system has many followers in different countries, those who contemplate it and hold it up as an example, based more on its image to the outside, a strange mixture of humanism and propaganda and political proselytism, where … Continue reading

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Something More About Original Names

In the fifties, after the coup of March 10, 1952, I don’t know if General Batista himself, or one of his acolytes, changed the name of Linea Street, in El Vedado, to General Batista Avenue. No one ever called it … Continue reading

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Globilization, a Complicated Word

Globalization, like as a natural process of mankind’s development, is making strides and establishing itself across the geography of the planet, including in countries both large and small, powerful or weak, rich and poor. The word is new but the … Continue reading

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