Reflections on the Cuban Revolution, Part I
AbstractThe three weeks which I recently spent in Cuba were an unforgettable experience. We drove through districts of Havana where sprawling army barracks are being transformed by the soldiers of the Revolutionary Army into spacious school and dormitory buildings for thousands of university students. We walked through abysmal quarters of Santiago de Cuba where hovels, the horror and sordidness and misery of which are beyond my power of description, are being torn down and replaced by entire streets of light, clean, colorful little houses.
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