Nation In Our Midst: The Cuban Diaspora

Maier, Francis X.; McColm, R. Bruce
February 1981
National Review;2/20/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p148
The article focuses on the struggle facing Cuba in 1981 over achieving independence and national identity. It features José Eulalio Negrin, an advocate of American-Cuban relations, and his death on November 25, 1979. It offers information on the relation of the weapons market to drug trade in southern Florida. It provides information on the allegations concerning the death of a Cuban attaché in New York. It also presents information on the involvement of the Cuban government in drug trade.


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