The Cuban future

Wall, James M.
January 1997
Christian Century;1/22/97, Vol. 114 Issue 3, p67
Comments on the United States' economic embargo against Cuba. United States President Bill Clinton's suspension of a provision in the Helms-Burton Act designed to discourage foreign investment in Cuba; Attempt by the United States to oust Cuban President Fidel Castro from power; Emergence of a nationalist sentiment in Cuba because of the embargo.


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