‘A box of ashes, the state and the next Cuban revolution’ – article by a Cuban anarchist following Castro’s demise
A box of ashes, the state and the next Cuban revolution
Una caja de cenizas, el Estado y la prÃ³xima revoluciÃ³n en Cuba
By Marcelo ‘Liberato’ Salinas
Translated by the Anarchist Federation, Britain. 2nd January 2017
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