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Book Presentation August 28th in Miami: Cuba: A Nation in Search of a State

If you are in or near Miami, don't miss the presentation of Orlando Gutierrez Boronat on his new book, "Cuba: A Nation in Search of a State - A Theory of Cuban Exile Nationalism in America," at the University of Miami's Casa Bacardi this Wednesday, August 28, 2013:

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There are Cuban Americans, Cubans in America and Cuban exiles...what's the difference? How does it impact US politics? How does it impact US-Cuba relations? How does it impact the future of Cuba?

Join us as we present the new book written by Orlando Gutierrez Boronat, "Cuba: A Nation in Search of a State - A Theory of Cuban Exile Nationalism in America" on August 28th 2013 to find out. With presentations by prominent Cuban historians Dr. Jaime Suchliki and Dr. Pedro Roig, as well as keynote remarks by young Cuban-American political strategist and community leader Ana Carbonell.

Presentations will be in English and Spanish.

Join us at 7 PM on August 28th at UM's Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies "Casa Bacardi". 1531 Brescia Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida 33124.

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