Visions of Freedom is the second of two works by Piero Gleijeses dealing with the and others in Africa, Visions offers more of a diplomatic history of the rivalry . Piero Gleijeses uses archival sources, particularly from the United States, South Visions of Freedom tells a remarkable and sweeping history of Cuba’s role in. Mitchell is quoted in Piero Gleijeses’s masterpiece Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa
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Piero Gleijeses uses archival sources, particularly from the United States, South Africa, and the closed Cuban archive, to provide an unprecedented international history of this important theatre of the late Cold War.
Unlimited access to purchased articles. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. In the words of Nelson Mandela, the Cubans “destroyed the myth of the invincibility of the white oppressor.