Lizza, Ryan
September 2000
New Republic;09/25/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 13, p19
Focuses on the effort of the Democratic Party to woo Cuban-American voters through vice-presidential candidate Joseph Lieberman in the crucial state of Florida. Lieberman's ties to the Miami exile community; Effort of Lieberman to strengthen the U.S. embargo on Cuba which pleased the exiles; Strong support of Cuban exiles to George W. Bush, opponent of Democratic Party presidential candidate Al Gore; Opposition of Richard Cheney, Bush's vice-presidential candidate to unilateral sanctions against Cuba.


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