Nelson de los Santos’ new book “El Nacimiento de la República de Cuba 1899-1940” provides information on the historical events of Cuba before gaining independence as a nation

The Joint Declaration’s mandate established that intervention would take only the time necessary to establish democracy in accordance with the Constitution, but among businessmen there were doubts about the ability of Cubans to maintain democracy, so Senator Platt drafted an amendment to the defense budget that established this Cuba should be a democracy, was approved by the Constituent Assembly and Congress.

During the years it was in effect, it served as United States serve as a mediator in political disputes, until 1934 when, on the initiative of the Cuban side, it was abolished, which was a mistake since Cuba has been without democracy for sixty-seven years.”

Published by Page Publishing, Nelson of fascinating discussion of los Santos on from Cuba the story before its declaration as a republic will surely pique the interest of history buffs. Here he carefully organized the political events concerning the establishment of democracy in their country.

Readers who wish to discover this insightful work can purchase “El Nacimiento de la República de Cuba 1899-1940″ in bookstores worldwide, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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