Print No Evil

May 1981
National Review;5/1/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p469
The article comments on the reluctance of the U.S. press to cover the involvement of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in the promotion of Communism in Latin America in 1981. It describes the failed attempt by guerrillas trained and supplied by Cuba to control the government of Colombia. It argues that Castro has been involved in various attempts to overthrow several Latin American democratic regimes. It also supports the decision of the government of Panama to reconsider its foreign relations with the Cuban government.


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