Political Foundations of Economic Problems in the 1960s

  • Arthur MacEwan


The failure of the Cuban government to move more positively in the 1960s towards reorganising economic structures reflected political weaknesses. The construction of economic structures to replace the market might have been accomplished by the development of more active participation of the Cuban people in political affairs. Yet in the 1960s forms of mass political participation were being weakened rather than strengthened.


Wage Differential Political Affair Mass Participation Moral Incentive Effective Socialisation 
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© Arthur MacEwan 1981

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