Neither Peace nor Freedom

Patrick Iber

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During the Cold War, left-wing Latin American artists, writers, and scholars worked as diplomats, advised rulers, opposed dictators, and even led nations. Their competing visions of social democracy and their pursuit of justice, peace, and freedom led them to organizations sponsored by the governments of the Cold War powers: the Soviet-backed World Peace Council, the U.S.-supported Congress for Cultural Freedom, and, after the 1959 Cuban Revolution, the homegrown Casa de las Américas.

Neither Peace nor Freedom delves into the entwined histories of these organizations and the aspirations and dilemmas of intellectuals who participated in them, from Diego Rivera and Pablo Neruda to Gabriel García Márquez and Jorge Luis Borges. Patrick Iber corrects the view that such individuals were merely pawns of the competing superpowers. Movements for democracy and social justice sprung up among pro-Communist and anti-Communist factions, and Casa de las Américas promoted a brand of revolutionary nationalism that was beholden to neither the Soviet Union nor the United States.

But ultimately, intellectuals from Latin America could not break free from the Cold War’s rigid binaries. With the Soviet Union demanding fealty from Latin American communists, the United States zealously supporting their repression, and Fidel Castro pushing for regional armed revolution, advocates of social democracy found little room to promote their ideals without compromising them. Cold War politics had offered utopian dreams, but intellectuals could get neither the peace nor the freedom they sought.

About the Author: Patrick Iber is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Texas at El Paso.

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Buchbeschreibung Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England, 2015. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. 336 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. LATIN AMERICA. During the Cold War, left-wing Latin American artists, writers, and scholars worked as diplomats, advised rulers, opposed dictators, and even led nations. Their competing visions of social democracy and their pursuit of justice, peace, and freedom led them to organizations sponsored by the governments of the Cold War powers: the Soviet-backed World Peace Council, the U.S.-supported Congress for Cultural Freedom, and, after the 1959 Cuban Revolution, the homegrown Casa de las AmŽricas. Neither Peace nor Freedom delves into the entwined histories of these organizations and the aspirations and dilemmas of intellectuals who participated in them, from Diego Rivera and Pablo Neruda to Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Jorge Luis Borges. Patrick Iber corrects the view that such individuals were merely pawns of the competing superpowers. Movements for democracy and social justice sprung up among pro-Communist and anti-Communist factions, and Casa de las AmŽricas promoted a brand of revolutionary nationalism that was beholden to neither the Soviet Union nor the United States. But ultimately, intellectuals from Latin America could not break free from the Cold War's rigid binaries. With the Soviet Union demanding fealty from Latin American communists, the United States zealously supporting their repression, and Fidel Castro pushing for regional armed revolution, advocates of social democracy found little room to promote their ideals without compromising them. Cold War politics had offered utopian dreams, but intellectuals could get neither the peace nor the freedom they sought. 336 pages, 6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches, 18 halftones. Patrick Iber is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Texas at El Paso. "In Neither Peace Nor Freedom: The Cultural Cold War in Latin America, Patrick Iber follows pro-Soviet and anti-Soviet writers and cultural diplomats throughout the hemisphere, from Mexico City to Cuba to Brazil. His extensively researched book narrates the conflicts and compromises that marked the artists' unstable alliances with the global superpowers that sponsored them. It will be an important resource for scholars across disciplines and fields."ÑMaggie Doherty, The Chronicle of Higher Education "Erudite and engaging, Iber brilliantly combines the new histories of the global Cold War and the Cultural Cold War, and by doing so transforms our understanding of both."ÑHugh Wilford, author of America's Great Game and The Mighty Wurlitzer "Iber's new account of the Cultural Cold War in Latin America is the best I know in any language, setting the standard for study of the region's intellectual conflicts and politics in the twentieth century. Grounded in deep research in archives on three continents, it is judiciously framed, sharp in its questions and insights, often brilliant, always clear in its arguments, and remarkably wise in its conclusions."ÑJohn Womack, Jr., Harvard University (Key Words: Patrick Iber, Latin America, Diego Rivera, Pablo Neruda, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jorge Luis Borges, International Relations, Political Ideologies). book. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 87578X1

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