Freedom of the Press--The Avance Case

September 1960
New Republic;9/12/60, Vol. 143 Issue 11/12, p20
Discusses the status of the press in Cuba. Supportive role of the newspaper "Avance" during the regime of Cuban Prime Minster Fidel Castro; Popularity of the paper between 1952 and 1958; Freedom and censorship of other paper like "Miami Herald" during the same period.


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