Moore, Clarence E.; Noble, Enrique; Wolff, Robert Paul; Smith, Earl E. T.; Carrington, J. C.; Shapiro, Samuel
October 1960
New Republic;10/3/60, Vol. 143 Issue 15, p21
Presents several letters to the editor referencing the article "Cuba: A Dissenting Report," by Samuel Shapiro, published in the September 09 issue. Economic and social development of Cuba; Cost and standard of living of the people in Cuba; Foreign economic relations of the U.S., with Cuba; Refusal of the U.S. firms to accept tax assessed evaluations for property confiscated by the Cuban Government; Failure of the administration of Fidel Castro; Failure of Shapiro to mention the newspaper "Times of Havana," which is published in Havana; Laws regulating property taxes in Cuba.


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