Fidel Castro based his government on Communism
A communist dictatorship
a Communist Dictatorship
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B) a communist dictatorship
Fidel Castro led a revolution in Cuba in 1959 and created a government based on a communist dictatorship.
The Cuban Revolution was an armed struggle for power in Cuba between the 26th of July Movement led by Fidel Castro against the authoritarian regime of Fulgencio Batista. The revolution began on July 26, 1953 and episodically continued until the victory of the rebels on January 1, 1959, replacing the state structure with a socialist republic. Subsequently, in 1965, the 26th of July Movement was finally renamed the Communist Party of Cuba. The revolution had strong domestic and international consequences, in particular, relations with the United States worsened greatly. Immediately after the revolution, the Castro government took measures to strengthen the state and nationalization, also began the period of participation of Cuban troops in foreign conflicts, such as the Civil War in Angola and the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua.
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The correct answer is - C. socialist ideals.
In the year of 1959, Fidel Castor led a revolution in Cuba against the militaristic leader of the country that was set up by the United States few years earlier, and won. Castro managed to get hold onto the government and became the leader of Cuba. His ideals were much different than those of his predecessors, and Castro was a big fan of the socialist ideology, so he implemented it in Cuba. Because of this he quickly got support by the Soviet Union, China, North Korea, Yugoslavia, and became very friendly with them.
The situation in Cuba was the thing of nightmares for the United States. Not just that they lost their political and economic influence on the nearby island nation, but it became an ally with its biggest enemy, the Soviet Union. In fact, Cuba was extremely important during the Cold War because it served as a military base of the Soviet Union, and the United States were held in constant fear of attack.