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Atlanta Braves pitcher Mike Gonzalez (R) and catcher Brian McCann embrace after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 8-4 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on August 23, 2008. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
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Mike Gonzalez (born 1943) is a British historian and literary critic, who is Professor of Latin American Studies in the Hispanics Department of the University of Glasgow.

He has written widely on Latin America. In his writings and speeches concerning Cuba, Gonzalez is particularly critical of the events that followed the Cuban Revolution of 1959, comparing Cuba to a state-capitalist economy in direct contradiction to grassroots socialism.

A leading member of the British Socialist Workers Party; in Summer 2006 he testified in the Sheridan defamation trial in Tommy Sheridan's defence. Gonzalez is also a member of Solidarity - Scotland's Socialist Movement, the party Sheridan formed after the split in the Scottish Socialist Party.

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