Frank Church Normalizes

September 1977
National Review;9/2/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 34, p983
The article focuses on the foreign relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Recently, U.S. Senator Frank Church went on an official visit to Cuba. During Church's visit, Cuba's President Fidel Castro released 84 American-cum-Cuban families. According to Church, this is an important decision on the part of Castro. Church said that it was now up to the U.S. to match Cuba's charitable act. The U.S. cannot give people liberty when they are already free. The U.S. government could perhaps let Castro take his pick of any 84 Cubans in Miami, Florida.


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