Generally a very good book on the Bacardis, colonial Santiago, and Fidel's nationalization of private companies following the Revolution. Found the early history of the company and its backing of various revolutions the most captivating - the final chapters describing the the last two decades made me finish the book about 30 pages short of the end. A bit of a dense read, but a great recount of a unique perspective of Bacardi dealing with Fidel.
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