Cuba Revisited

Smith, Louise F.
November 1978
National Review;11/10/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p1419
The article reports on the author's visit to Cuba. It tells of his first trip to Cuba, the changes observed on arrival, and his description of the sights. It mentions restrictions on the author and on other guests. It emphasizes that Cuba is still a police state and there are a high number of political prisoners. It also states of the propaganda of Cuban leaders.


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