By Edward Gonzalez
Examines the sociopolitical legacy and fiscal demanding situations that might face a post-Castro goverment and the Cuban humans themselves within the period after Castro.
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Additional resources for Cuba After Castro: Legacies, Challenges, and Impediments
T]hey believe that no new significant economic reforms are necessary because the recovery is on course” (Domínguez, 2002). But if their authority is questioned in the comandante’s absence and/or their failure to produce economic results, there could be challengers who will mobilize their own institutional power base––for example, in the National Assembly or the Revolutionary Armed Forces. Were such a power struggle to break out, the regime would find its capacity to lead greatly debilitated. Even if individual and institutional lines of succession are adhered to, the new regime will still be dogged by Castro’s caudillioistic legacy, because his populist policies attracted a wide public following.
28 Cuba After Castro: Legacies, Challenges, and Impediments committed fidelista majority (at that time) and those less committed or opposed to the government, with the latter finding themselves placed “outside the Revolution”––in other words, outside the national community in the eyes of both the regime and much of the population. Either out of conviction or to protect themselves, Cubans became the state’s accomplices in policing their neighbors, fellow workers, families, and even themselves to assure widespread societal conformity and compliance with the government.
Indeed, if they are to be surmounted, these problems in themselves will require that the basic structure of the Cuban polity and economy be altered fundamentally and rapidly; otherwise, Cuba could find itself paralyzed by simultaneous, multiple crises. CHAPTER TWO Castro’s Political Legacies: Caudilloism and 1 Totalitarianism The analysis that follows has two overarching themes. One is that the pillars of support upon which the Castro regime has relied over the past decades have either collapsed or been seriously weakened.
Cuba After Castro: Legacies, Challenges, and Impediments by Edward Gonzalez