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Jorge Mas Canosa: En busca de una Cuba libre —Edición completa de sus discursos, entrevistas y declaraciones, 1962-1997 (Jorge Mas Canosa: In Search of a Free Cuba—The Complete Collection of Speeches, Interviews, and Statements, 1962-1997)

compiled by Rolando Bonachea, with a preface by Ambler Moss
ISBN: 978-1-57454-125-0
2003/2,575 pages
Distributed for the North-South Center Press


This three-volume set presents in their entirety the speeches, interviews, and documents of the late Jorge Mas Canosa (1939-1997), political leader, activist, and founder of the Miami-based Cuban American National Foundation (CANF).

Gathered from archives, newspapers, U.S. Congressional records, and other primary sources (including Mas Canosa family papers), these Spanish-language texts chronicle the Cuban-American leader's trajectory—from his staunch, anti-Fidel Castro oratory of the 1960s to his more philosophical expositions in the 1990s. All of the annotated and chronologically arranged texts were collected by historian Rolando Bonachea and a team of specialists from the University of Miami. Ambler Moss's bilingual preface provides historical context. (3-volume set)