ch. 1. The Bacardí-Bouteiller Company -- ch. 2. Expansion and prelude to departure -- ch. 3. Bacardí leaves Cuba before the revolution -- ch. 4. The CIA, the businessman and the terrorists -- ch. 5. From violence to the lobby -- ch. 6. Reagan breeds a monster -- ch. 7. The CANF and the shareholders -- ch. 8. Two wars and their accomplices -- ch. 9. The Torricelli-Graham Act -- ch. 10. The absurd: the Helms-Burton Act -- ch. 11. 'The Bacardí Claims Act' -- ch. 12. Market 'wars' -- ch. 13. More than a rum 'war' -- ch. 14. Cuba's 'transition' and 'reconstruction.'
'Bacardi' looks behind the image and offers a critical investigation of the commercial and political activities of the Bacardi empire. The text serves as case study of how multinationals act for political as well as economic interests
Includes bibliographical references and index
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