Anthony Eden (1955-1957)

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In 1955, Anthony Eden succeeded Churchill as Prime Minister, and persistent his policy of non-interference in foreign affairs, except when they interrupted upon British interests. The distress with this record was that it did not cover one only epoch of office in a domestic Department, with the exclusion of a momentary quick involvement as a […]

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Ideas for Cuba (2)

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Proposed solutions 1-To strengthen production systems in the private sector through legal structures that promote the right to property In contemporary Cuba’s private sector development it has gone through two basic steps. The first was after the fall of the socialist camp when the self-employment (with certain restrictions) and the formation of UBPCs formalized. The […]

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Author Interview with Alejandro Puerto by allauthorsblog

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Today on All Authors Blog, we’re pleased to bring you an interview with Alejandro Hernandez, author of the book Western Cycles. Thank you Alejandro for joining us today. To begin, discuss how your writing career came about? From my childhood I have always felt an enthusiastic curiosity about the historical development of the economy and […]

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Interview with Alejandro Puerto by litworldinterviews

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Alejandro Puerto Hernandez is a young man of 19 years who since childhood has had an insatiable thirst for knowledge, particularly about other nations’ economic and political histories.  He has written ‘Western Cycles: United Kingdom’ detailing the U.K’s political history from World War II onwards, analysing the economic situation at the time, and the nation’s challenges […]

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