SLAPPing Down the Debate Over Cuba

Nichols, John S.; Richards, Robert D.
September 1998
Nieman Reports;Fall98, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p13
Presents information on the court case filed by Wayne S. Smith against the Cuban American National Foundation, which is focused on the policies of the foundation. Why Smith filed the suit; Details on the foreign policies of the United States towards Cuba; Background information on the foundation. INSET: TV and the End Of Reflection, by Brent Staples.


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