Bardach, Ann Louise
October 1994
New Republic;10/3/94, Vol. 211 Issue 14, p20
Features Jorge Mas Canosa, a Cuban millionaire who has long dominated politics in Miami, Florida, through his Cuban American National Foundation, and his deals with U.S. President Bill Clinton regarding the U.S. policy toward Cuba. Details of Mas's demands granted by Clinton; Role of Mas in deciding who gets to devise Cuba policy at the U.S. State Department; Attacks by Mas against Cuba's preeminent dissident Elizardo Sánchez and publisher and art dealer Ramón Cernuda.


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