- In the 1950’s Cuba was, socially and economically, a relatively advanced country, certainly by Latin American standards and, in some areas, by world standards.
- Cuba’s infant mortality rate was the best in Latin America — and the 13th lowest in the world.
- Cuba also had an excellent educational system and impressive literacy rates in the 1950’s.
- Pre-Castro Cuba ranked third in Latin America in per capita food consumption.
- Cuba ranked first in Latin America and fifth in the world in television sets per capita.
- Pre-Castro Cuba had 58 daily newspapers of differing political hues and ranked eighth in the world in number of radio stations.
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