DeFede, Jim
April 2000
New Republic;04/17/2000-04/24/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 16/17, p18
Stresses the need for improvement in the stand of U.S. Vice President Al Gore in Cuban-American community with reference to his political campaigns. Impact of Gore's view regarding the case of a Cuban refugee boy Elian Gonzalez on his Cuban-American support; Endorsement of Cuban Democracy Act by U.S. President Bill Clinton to win Cuban support in Miami, Florida; Reasons for strained relations between Miami mayor Alex Penelas and Gore.


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