The Introduction begins by discussing what this book aims to achieve. This book is about the history of Cuba, its course, countours, and consequences. It is about the people. It is about the way with which historical knowledge insinuated itself into the popular imagination and acted to induce collective conduct and influence individual behavior. It aims to understand the relationship between the use of history as a means of national formation and national formation as an outcome of history.
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